Skip to main content

Full text of "Bedford high school yearbook"

See other formats


ALBANI SCOTT • ALVES MARK • ANDERSON SCOTT • 
ANDREWS ANGEL • ASHE JENNIFER • AXTELL RICHARD • BASS 
BARBARA • BENGS TIMO • BERKOWITZ LISA • BERMAN ERIC • BOFFA 
KATHERINE • BOWEN AMY • BRUNELLESCHI GIAN F • BUSCH JAMES • 
CAMPAGNA JEFFREY • CARR LISELOTTE • CARROLL DANIEL • CHASE LENNOX • 
CHEN KENNARD • CLARK CAMARIE • CLINTON SANDRA • COOKE DAVID • CORIATY 
TAMARA • COTTON H FRANKLIN • CRONIN CHRISTINE • CRUMPTARA M • DAVIS MICHELLE 
ANN •DEFRANCESCOCINDY«DOORAKIANDUANE»DOUGHERTYKENNETH«DURKIN MICHAEL* 
EAGLES COURTNEY • ELLIS GORDON • FEDELE RICHARD • FERRO MELISSA G • FERRO SUZANNE • 
FINKELSTEIN AARON • FREDERICK MARK • FUREY DAVID • GALVAN ERNESTO N • GARRISON JASON D • 
GEILFUSSBRADLEYJR»GILESTRACY»GLENNON SARAH -GLOMSKI IAN 'GOODWIN LORA-GORDON MARK 
• GRIFFIN SARAH • GROF KEVIN • HANLEY MARY KATE • HARLEY JULIE A • HILDRETH ROBERT L • HOOKER 



KAREN • HOLTZMAN DAVID • HUNT 
JAMES • HURLEY LIAM • INFERRERA 
ANTHONY • lOVINO KIMBERLY • 
ISABELLE DAVID • IVERSON KARA 
MARGARET • JANNIS NICOLE • JAREK 
KATHERINE • JARVIS MICHAEL • 
JOHNSONTONISHIAP* KELLY JAMES* 
KENNEDY JOSHUA • KING NICOLE • 
KIRTON JESSICA • KLEEKAMP 
ELIZABETH • KOENIG CHERYL • KUHR 
BRIGITTE • KUPIEC NADAV • 
KWIATKOWSKI MICHAEL S • LENTINE 
THOMAS • LYNGE KULO L • MADDOX 
KRISTIN • MALONEY SHELDON • 
MCCULLOCH EDWARD • MCCUNE 
CHRISTOPHER • MCDONALD 
CHRISTOPHER • MCGILLICK KATHY • 
MCINTOSH MICHAEL • MCMAHAN 
RUSSELL A • SEIDMAN BRIAN • SERRA MICHAEL 



JULIE • MERSINGER DONALD M • 
MESSINEO NICOLE • MILLER ADAM • 
MOLINAR ARTHUR B • MOLINARI 
LYNNE • MONACO MARK • NOVAK 
WILLIAM • O'NEIL KATE • OBLAS JILL • 
PACKER ERIC • PANZERI BRYAN • PARK 
DANA • PARSONS AMANDA L • 
PATENAUDE ALLEN • PEAKS TRACIE • 
PEASE DAVID • PECORA LISA • 
PETRECCA STEVEN • PIETCHEL AMY • 
POOLE BRYAN • POOR PHILIP • PUGH 
KRISTEN • PUTNEY CATHERINE • 
RAFFA JENNIFER • RANDAZZO ROBYN • 
RHODES CHRISTOPHER • RICCI DIANA 
• RICHARDS NEIL • ROBERTS ALISON • 
ROBINSON SABRINA P • ROSEWALL 
KATHLEEN • SABETTY SANDRA • 
SARNO CAROLYN • SCHELLHOUS 
SHAPIRO ANDREW • SHARPE RICHARD • SHERMAN 



THOMAS • SMITH TANYA L • STEFANIDAKIS NICHOLAS • STOCKDALE HOLLY • SULLIVAN DENNIS M • 
SWENSON CARA • SZCZESNIAK CARL J • TAYLOR DENNIS JON • TAYLOR PAMELA • TIKU SEEMA • 
TOMPKINS SCOTT • TRAVERS LAUREN • UDELL JEFFREY • VENUTI SCOTT • WALCZAK MORGAN S • 
WELCH CHRISTOPHER • WHEATON ROBERT • WHITING DAWN • WILLIAMS DONNA • WILSON KIM • 
WILSON SEAN • WINGFIELD MELISSA • WOLF REBECCA • WOOD ADRIAN • ZIMMER LINDA • 
ZOROGLU KAAN • AHERN ROBERT • ALEXANDER BRYAN • ALEXANDER CORNELIUS • 
ALEXANDER MICHELLE • AMAYA LUIS ALBERTO • ANDRADE AMY • ASBEDIAN JAMIE • 
ATKINSON MARY* BAILEYJAMIE* BAKER MICHELLE -BARFIELD MELISSA ANN -BARTELS 
JAMES • BERMAN JOSH • BLANCHARD LYNNETTE • BLASI MICHAEL • BLONDIN 
CHRISTIAN MIC* BOISVERTMICHELLE»BORSHAYAMY«BOSCHETTODAVID» BOYD 

IAN •BUCKLEYSEANP* BURKE DIANE* 
BURKE MICHELLE • BUSCH FRED • 
CALLAHAN JENNIFER • CAMPBELL 
RACHEL • CAMPOLI HEATHER • CANN 
SCOTT • CARDILE KIMBERLY • 
EBERSOLE JOHN • ELDRIDGE JASON • CESTRONE JAMES • CHAPMAN WENDY 

ERLICH SHARI • FARMER JULIA A • R • CHAPPEL KEITH • CHEN MARK • 

FARMER KEITH • FEHLAU ERIN • CHESTERTHOMAS'CLARKE JOSHUA* 

FLORESALEJANDRA* FREEMAN ALEX» COHEN JENNIFER • COMBATTELLI 

GALANI JUDITH • GALLANT MARK • JAMES • CONNOLLY AMY • 

GARRISON JESSICA L» GEARY KEVIN* DEARDORFF SEAN • DECAPRIO 

GEILFUSS JACK • GELORMINI KYLE • KRISTIN • DEE MICHELLE • DELUCA 

GIARD MICHAEL • GOODARZ ALICIA • DICKINSON JENNIFER • 

JAHANSHAH (JOH • GORGENS DINITTO JENNIFER* DISHMAN JASON • 

JENNIFER»GRANOWITZSCOTT«GRAY DMOCHOWSKI MICHAEL • DOCKHAM 

MARK • GREY HOLLY • GRIFFIN RICHARD • DOHERTY PAUL • DOHMAN 

ANDREA* HAMBY JONATHAN • HAMEL ROBIN L • DONALDSON ROBERT • 

CHRISTINE • HANSON STACEY • DURIS KEVIN • DWORSHAK MEGAN • 

HARRIS SAPRINA • HARTWELL MELISSA • HENRY CHRISTOPHER • HIGHAM RICHARD • HIRSCH 
CHRISTOPHER* HUFFMAN MICHAEL • HUNSADER MONICA • HUNT DAVID • HURD KATHERINE T • JANSEN 
RYAN • JARDINE SHANNON • JEHLE HEATHER • JONES JEFFREY • KAPURIA SAMIR • KEETING ZACHERY • 
KELLEHER LISA -KENNEDY MARCUS* KERN BRIAN -KOOP JONATHAN •KORIKSASHA-LAVILIMOR* 
LEEOANA M • LENZCYNTHIA R« LINEHAN SEAN • LINTON NICOLE M • LYDON JOHN • MACLELLAN 
ELIZABETH • MAHAR CRAIG • MALO SCOTT • MARTIN CAROL ANN • MCGOVERN PATRICIA • 
MCNEANYTIMOTHY* MEAD STEVEN -MELLO KIMBERLY -MERRILL JULIE A -MERTES 
KARIN • MEYERS RACHEL • MILLER STEPHANIE • MINASSIAN MARK • MITCHELL 
FRANCES B • MOREHEAD GRAHAM • NAUNDORFSOLVEIG • NELSON KTODD 
• NEVILLE TRAVIS • NOVAK DEBRA • NOVAK DIANE • O'BRIEN SCOTT • 
0'KEEFEKERRIANN«0'MALLEYKILLEEN»0'MALLEYMATTHEW» 
PASCHKEWITZ JOHN • PATTERSON NIKKI • PEARSON ERIC • 



PEASE BARRIE • PIGNATIELLO KERRY • POLLOCK RACHEL • 
POULIN JOSEPH • PRESCOTT STEVEN • PRIOR MARK • 
REYNOLDS NAMYERE A • RICKER TINA • RITSON PETER • ROMANIK 
TRACYS'ROSENBAUMJENNIFER* ROSENBERG REBECCA* RUSSO JODIE* 
SAUNDERS NANCY • SCHOWALTER KATHLEEN • SHAMON PETER • 
SHAUGHNESSY EILEEN • SHEA MARNI • SHERMAN CHRISTOPHER • SNELSON KERRI • 
SOMERSET JOSEPH • SPENCER SUSANNE • STEIN MATTHEW • STEPHENS HEATHER M • 
STORER AMY -STYGAR STEPHANIE L» SYLVIA KENNETH L'TAMERLER WENDY* TANZER JOHN* 
TAYLOR ANDY • THEOPHILE CHRIS • TUTTLE DEREK • WATKINS MARK • WELCH ELIZABETH • WHITE 
RICHARD D • WILKINS DAWNICE • WILKINS KENNY • WILSON DONNA • WOJNAR AMY • WORTH MAUREEN • 
ZAMPESE DAVID 'ALBANI SCOTT* ALVES MARK -ANDERSON SCOTT* ANDREWS ANGEL- ASHE JENNIFER* 
AXTELL RICHARD • BASS BARBARA • BENGSTIMO • BERKOWITZ LISA • BERMAN ERIC • BOFFA KATHERINE • 
BOWENAMY-BRUNELLESCHIGIANF* PATENAUDE ALLEN • PEAKS TRACIE • 

BUSCH JAMES'CAMPAGNAJEFFREY* PEASE DAVID • PECORA LISA • 

CARR LISELOTTE • CARROLL DANIEL • PETRECCA STEVEN • PIETCHEL AMY • 

CHASE LENNOX • CHEN KENNARD • POOLE BRYAN • POOR PHILIP • PUGH 

CLARK CAMARIE* CLINTON SANDRA* KRISTEN • PUTNEY CATHERINE • 

COOKE DAVID • CORIATY TAMARA • RAFFA JENNIFER* RANDAZZO ROBYN • 

COTTON H FRANKLIN • CRONIN RHODES CHRISTOPHER • RICCI DIANA 

CHRISTINE • CRUMP TARA M • DAVIS • RICHARDS NEIL • ROBERTS ALISON • 

MICHELLE ANN • DEFRANCESCO ROBINSON SABRINA P • ROSEWALL 

CINDY • DOORAKIAN DUANE • KATHLEEN • SABETTY SANDRA • 

DOUGHERTY KENNETH • DURKIN SARNO CAROLYN • SCHELLHOUS 

MICHAEL • EAGLES COURTNEY • ELLIS RUSSELL A • SEIDMAN BRIAN • SERRA 

GORDON • FEDELE RICHARD • FERRO MICHAEL • SHAPIRO ANDREW • 

MELISSA G • FERRO SUZANNE • SHARPE RICHARD • SHERMAN 

FINKELSTEIN AARON • FREDERICK THOMAS • SMITH TANYA L • 

MARK • FUREY DAVID • GALVAN STEFANIDAKIS NICHOLAS • 

ERNESTO N • GARRISON JASON D • STOCKDALE HOLLY • SULLIVAN 

GEILFUSSBRADLEYJR«GILESTRACY» DENNIS M • SWENSON CARA • 

GLENNON SARAH • GLOMSKI IAN • SZCZESNIAK CARL J • TAYLOR DENNIS 

GOODWIN LORA • GORDON MARK • JON • TAYLOR PAMELA • TIKU SEEMA • 

GRIFFIN SARAH • GROF KEVIN • TOMPKINS SCOTT • TRAVERS LAUREN 

HANLEYMARYKATE'HARLEYJULIEA* • UDELL JEFFREY • VENUTI SCOTT • 

HILDRETHROBERTL'HOCKERKAREN WALCZAK MORGAN S • WELCH 

• HOLTZMAN DAVID • HUNT JAMES • CHRISTOPHER • WHEATON ROBERT • 

HURLEYLIAM»INFERRERAANTHONY« WHITING DAWN • WILLIAMS DONNA • 

lOVINO KIMBERLY- ISABELLE DAVID • WILSON KIM • WILSON SEAN • 

IVERSON KARA MARGARET • JANNIS WINGFIELD MELISSA • WOLF REBECCA 

NICOLE • JAREK KATHERINE • JARVIS • WOOD ADRIAN • ZIMMER LINDA • 

MICHAEL • JOHNSON TONISHIA P • ZOROGLU KAAN • AHERN ROBERT • 

KELLY JAMES • KENNEDY JOSHUA • ALEXANDER BRYAN • ALEXANDER 

KING NICOLE • KIRTON JESSICA • CORNELIUS • ALEXANDER MICHELLE • 

KLEEKAMP ELIZABETH • KOENIG AMAYA LUIS ALBERTO • ANDRADE AMY 

CHERYL • KUHR BRIGITTE • KUPIEC • ASBEDIAN JAMIE • ATKINSON MARY • 

NADAV • KWIATKOWSKI MICHAEL S • BAILEY JAMIE • BAKER MICHELLE • 

LENTINE THOMAS • LYNGE KULO L • BARFIELD MELISSA ANN • BARTELS 

MADDOX KRISTIN • MALONEY JAMES • BERMAN JOSH • BLANCHARD 

SHELDON • MCCULLOCH EDWARD • LYNNETTE • BLASI MICHAEL • 

MCCUNE CHRISTOPHER • MCDONALD BLONDIN CHRISTIAN MIC • BOISVERT 

CHRISTOPHER • MCGILLICK KATHY • MICHELLE • BORSHAY AMY • 

MCINTOSH MICHAEL • MCMAHAN BOSCHETTO DAVID • BOYD IAN • 

JULIE • MERSINGER DONALD M • BUCKLEY SEAN P • BURKE DIANE • 

MESSINEO NICOLE • MILLER ADAM • ' BURKE MICHELLE • BUSCH FRED • 

MOLINAR ARTHUR B • MOLINARI CALLAHAN JENNIFER • CAMPBELL 

LYNNE • MONACO MARK • NOVAK RACHEL • CAMPOLI HEATHER • CANN 

WILLIAM -CNEIL KATE -OBLAS JILL* SCOTT • CARDILE KIMBERLY • 

PACKER ERIC • PANZERI BRYAN • PARK CESTRONE JAMES • CHAPMAN WENDY 

DANA • PARSONS AMANDA L • R • CHAPPEL KEITH • CHEN MARK • 

CHESTER THOMAS • CLARKE JOSHUA • COHEN JENNIFER • COMBATTELLI JAMES • CONNOLLY AMY • 
DEARDORFFSEAN'DECAPRIO KRISTIN -DEE MICHELLE* DELUCA ALICIA* DICKINSON JENNIFER* DINITTO 
JENNIFER* DISHMANJASON*DMOCHOWSKI MICHAEL* DOCKHAM RICHARD* DOHERTY PAUL*DOHMAN 
ROBIN L * DONALDSON ROBERT * DURIS KEVIN • DWORSHAK MEGAN * EBERSOLE JOHN * ELDRIDGE 
JASON *ERLICHSHARI*FARMERJULIAA*FARMERKEITH*FEHLAU ERIN *FLORESALEJANDRA* 
FREEMAN ALEX * GALANI JUDITH • GALLANT MARK * GARRISON JESSICA L * GEARY KEVIN * 
GEILFUSS JACK * GELORMINI KYLE * GIARD MICHAEL * GOODARZ JAHANSHAH (JOH * 
GORGENS JENNIFER* GRANOWITZ SCOTT* GRAY MARK* GREY HOLLY* GRIFFIN 
ANDREA * HAMBY JONATHAN * HAMEL CHRISTINE * HANSON STACEY * 
HARRIS SAPRINA * HARTWELL MELISSA * HENRY CHRISTOPHER * 
HIGHAM RICHARD* HIRSCH CHRISTOPHER* HUFFMAN MICHAEL 
•HUNSADER MONICA* HUNT DAVID 'HURD KATHERINE T* 



BEDFORD 

F^ee TVBLIC 

LIBRARY 

BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 




The 

BEDFORD 
FLAG 
The oldest 
ftaff in the 
United Slates 



The Bedford Flag, commissioned to Cornet john Page 
in ,737 by King George II of England, was earned by his 
son. Nathan.el who fought w.th the Bedford Mmutemen 
at the Battle of Concord Bridge, April 19, i775- 



. juN 

Acquired 




It Bedford l^igh 
School 

Mudge Way 
Bedford, MA 
01730^^ 
Volume 7 \ 





i 




PPING INTO THE 90'S 



g into the nine- 
ties is not a habit for any 
of us. Let's face it- we've 
never done it before! 
Ahead of us lies a pleth- 
ora of new and exciting 
changes that we can 
only begin to innagine. 
We are stepping out of 
Bedford High School 
and into futures that will 
lead us down paths in 
every direction. 

The 1989-90 school 
year is a plateau sepa- 
rating two decades. The 
1990's are to be a 
unique group of years, 
and like the changing 
seasons, their presence 
can already be felt. The 
nineties are what the 
eighties and every previ- 
ous decade have been 
leading up to. They, in 
turn, shall lead us into- 



the next century. 
We nnay wonder what 




Cheryl Koenig steps gingerly 
Into Calculus on the first day of 
school. 



exactly the nineties will 
bring. Who knows? 
When the year 2000 rolls 
around, we will have the 
luxury of hindsight, but 
now we may only look 
ahead. 

And so it is ahead we 
go. That's good. We're 
moving in the direction 
we're facing and are less 
likely to trip as we step. 
Here we go, then. Chin 
up! Shoulders back! 
Stomach in! Smile! Actu- 
ally, it is up to you to 
step however you 
please. You might leap 
in, or you could dive in. 
You could even dance in, 
if you've got the feet for 
it. You may go in like a 
lion and out like a lamb, 
or vice-versa. Or neither. 

Enough speculating. 
Onward we go. 





Ian Glomski and Carl Szczesniak 
take eating quite seriously, as we 
can see from the way they chomp. 



Tooting on their instruments, 
Becky Rosenberg and Mau- 
reen Worth enjoy a windy au- 
tumn day. 



L-r \ 




« 



4 




2 STEPPING INTO THE NINETIES 



■ racing our steps 

i 



Sandra Sabetty cuddles with her cat 
and an unidentified stuffed animal. 



"What do you mean this isn't all for 
me?" Brian Seidman demands at his 
seventh birthday party. 



About eighteen years 
ago, the class of 1990 was 
born. Since then, they have 
experienced the adventures 
of pre-school, the ease of 
elementary school, the ago- 
nies of nniddle school, the 
pressures of high school, 
and the relief of their senior 
year. They have learned 
many facts and have for- 
gotten most of them. These 
young adults have ad- 
vanced from sandbox to re- 
cess to study hall to unas- 
signed time. Finally, the 
class of 1990 of Bedford 
High, like seniors all over 
the country, is ready to leap 
into a new life. 




World famous bed-climber, Neil Richards, 
achieves yet another success. 



Lisa Berkowitz stuffs a toasted marshmallow 
into her mouth, while Courtney Eagles still 
tries to get hers off the stick. 



4 TRACING OUR STEPS 




Mike Durkin gets a kick out of playing with his 
imaginary friends. 



1 



Jeff Campagna sits down for a leisurely eve- 
ing of watqhing fine television,^. 




was painful. 



was always getting beat up." 

-Seema Tiku on her childhood 



STEPS 





Miss Peel's first and second 
grade class: (front) Warren Curry. 
Dan Birmingham, Chuc(<ie Pear- 
son, Jeff Campagna, David Cun- 
nald; (middle) Racfiel Baker. Scott 
Albani, Mary-Kate Hanley, Josh 
Kennedy, Miss Peel. Holly Teich- 
holtz, Eric Packer. Jill Whelpley. 
Tommy Holmes, Kenny Pederson, 
Caitlin Patterson. Paul Christoffer- 
son. Adrienne Logan. Jamie Lew- 
is, Karen Lipczer, Liam Hurley, 
Cindy Rivinius 



6 FIRST 



Lynn Molinari. Beth McCieilan, 
Kathy Boffa, Lauren Travers. and 
Lori Goodwin show off their new 
line of clothing. 



Jacqueline Shwimer and Brian 
Fehlau grin after their successful 
escape from a swarm of Bedford 
bees. 




//nr 

only thing you could do, basically, 
was eat food." 

-Stephanie Miller 



■ he ( 
I was 



STEP WITH BEDFORD 




Amy Andrade cannot believe she's 
been caught and brought back to jail. 



Liz Welch prepares to smack Jen Co- 
hen while Chris Theophile stands by to 
clean up the mess. 



Once again, on September 23, 
kids and adults alike came out to 
celebrate Bedford's birthday. A 
record number of booths, added 
to the largest crowd of people 
and bees ever to attend, made 
1989- an especially memorable 
year. 

Anyone looking back on Bed- 
ford Day 1989 would have to re- 
member the infamous Forum 
booth. Those skilled people who 
could get a basketball through a 
hoop, or even those who 
couldn't, had the privilege of 
tossing a "cream pie" into the 



face of a classmate. As a bonus, 
dedicated staff members were 
selling subscriptions to support 
their growing paper. 

In addition to Forum's unique 
endeavor, visitors could enjoy the 
booths sponsored by AFS, the 
Spanish Club, and the class of 
1990. They could putt golf balls, 
throw jello at Spanish students, 
or stand behind pictures of bod- 
ies they only dreamed of having. 
For all who attended, the day 
was an exhausting experience. 
Now, if only there hadn't been so 
many bees... 




A group of stunned seniors is amazed at 
how much Tammy Coriaty and Carl 
Szczesniak have developed. 



IN STEP WITH BEDFORD 13 



While decorating, Eric Berman fights 
with a balloon. 





t was surely a night to hold onto." 

-Jenn Ashe 



STEPPING OUT IN STYLE 



The stars glittered brightly in 
the evening sky. The nnoon- 
light played nnischieviously 
upon the rippling waters of the 
river which passed by the 
large New York skyline. Soft 
shadows were cast upon the 
park benches by the glow of 
the lampposts . . . Well, maybe 
not quite, but as the members 
of the class of 1990 listened to 
the soft refrains of Richard 
Marx's "Hold Onto the Night." 
they could almost imagine that 
the Bedford High School gym 
had been transformed into a 
living, breathing city. After 
long hours and a lot of hard 
work, the magical night had fi- 
nally arrived. 

Ladies dressed in colorful, 
sparkling evening gowns and 
gentlemen dressed in dashing 
tuxedoes, with colorful cum- 



merbunds which complement- 
ed their dates' beautiful dress- 
es, entered the archway which 
led into the dance floor. Soon 
everyone was dancing. The 
prom court was announced 
toward the end of the evening. 
Jenn Ashe was crowned 
queen, Mike Serra crowned as 
her king. Four other ladies and 
gentlemen were chosen from 
the many juniors who had at- 
tended the 1989 prom. The 
court led the dancing as "Hold 
Onto the Night", the theme of 
the prom, played softly in the 
background. 

Pictures were taken as the 
different couples posed before 
cameras. Laughter was 
shared over cups of punch. 
Memories were made. It was 
an evening that would be re- 
membered. 



Reigning king and queen Mike Serra 
and Jenn Ashe are ecstatic over 
their new titles 




14 STEPPING OUT IN STYLE 



Many anxious Juniors await their 
chance to show the school how spirit- 
ed they are. 





t was an exciting endeavor in which everyone 
was spirited." 

-Eric Packer 



STEPS WITH PEP! 




The moment had arrived. 
After many enticing commer- 
cials done by the teachers and 
each class had been aired on 
Starting Point over the pre- 
ceding weeks, the classes of 
1990, 1991, and 1992 faced 
off at the track for the First 
Annual 1989 Spirit Games. 
The day was warm, everyone 
was excited, and more impor- 
tantly, filled with spirit. 

The games included races 
with silly questions, balancing 
cups of water on one's head 
and many other "unusual" 
events. Overall, spirits were 
high and each class participat- 
ed with enthusiasm, even dur- 
ing defeat. Finally, the results 
were tabulated and the class 



of '90 was announced the vic- 
tor, with the class of '92 at 
second. The class of 1 99 1 , not 
lacking any real spirit, took 
their defeat well, promising to 
make a comeback at the 1990 
games. 

These events were run by 
Mr. Hunt who kept everyone's 
attitudes and spirits at a de- 
cent level, Mr. Huff, the class 
advisors, and many other 
helpful souls anxious to laugh 
at the rambunctious and 
somewhat disorientated stu- 
dents milling around. Overall, 
the day was a huge success, 
and winners or losers, the stu- 
dents of B.H.S. are one spirit- 
ed bunch! 




Will someone please take that bull- 
horn away from Mr. Hunt? 



16 STEPS WITH PEP 



Katie Holden can't seem to be- 
lieve that it's her turn for a 
goofy stunt. 



"Attitude is everything" agree excited 
Jamie Asbedian and Rob Donaldson Tom Lentine, Mr. Hunt, and tvlike 
await the results of the afternoon's ac- Giard after the class of 90's overall 

triumph. 





Ian Glomski, Jim Busch, and 
Dwayne Sharpe look on with 
amazement as the class of '90 
takes yet another victory. (We 
couldn't believe it either!) 



STEPS WITH PEP 17 



Dennis Sullivan entangles himself as 
he tries to keep the senior forest from 
collapsing. 




like spirit week because it gives everyone a chance 
to show how much they appreciate Bedford High 
and also because it shows everyone's spirit for all 
teams." 

-Andrea Pomponi 



CLIMBING THE WALLS 



Why would you go to school 
wearing your pajamas and 
slippers, dressed exactly like 
twenty of your friends, or 
decked out in your band uni- 
form? Why? Because it's 
SPIRIT WEEK! Fall at BHS 
would not be the same without 
this annual exhibition of 
school pride and class spirit. 
The experienced upperclass- 
men were clearly the most en- 
thusiastic, passing on some 
traditions to the younger 
students. 

As the week's finale arrived, 
each class decorated a hall in 
the hopes of capturing the 
coveted "Best Hall" honors. 
Always original, the class of 
1990 created the fantasy 
world of "Story Land." The ju- 
niors returned to the time of 
pharaohs and the Nile, even 
creating an Egyptian tomb. 
The daring sophomores 
brought us back to the wild 
west, which the freshmen 
brought us to Candyland. 



Rebecca Rosenberg proudly displays 
her contribution to the winning class 
of 1991. 








18 SPIRIT WEEK 




"Are you sure it's not on back- 
wards?" Jen Raffa asks her make-up 
artist Lori Goodwin. 



SPIRIT WEEK 19 



Lisa Cadotte proudly performs in the 
pep rally. 




e enthusiasm of the students radiated the gym with 
iumphant school spirit." 

-Chris Hirsch 



STEPPING LIVELY 



The classes could barely all students and athletes in- 
contain thennselves as G-peri- volved, the rally, unfortunately, 
od arrived and the pep rally was unable to give the football 
got underway. The cheerlead- teann that extra boost to vic- 
ers performed spirit cheers tory. The Bucs went on to lose 
and the marching band played a tough game to Newton 
pep songs. The flags and ma- South, 21-0. 
jorettes both performed their The Homecoming Dance 
half-time shows. After each was a great success, especial- 
athletic team was announced, ly for the Homecoming King 
the seniors, juniors, and soph- and Queen. Liam Hurley and 
omores each ran around the Camarie Clark were crowned 
gym, declaring the supremecy as BHS's royal couple. Len- 
of their individual classes while nox Chase. Adam Miller, Ken 
the freshmen sat in the Dougherty, and Chris Welch, 
bleachers. The classes were along with Pam Taylor, Kitty 
so spirited that they could Rosewall, Nicole King, and 
barely hear Miss Hanley an- Chrissy Cronin were all mem- 
nounce the winner of hall dec- bers of the Homecoming 
orating. Once again, the ju- Court. With the coronation of 
niors stormed the floor- they the king and queen. Spirit 
had won! Although the pep , Week- a week of fun and ex- 
rally was fun and inspiring for citement- was over. 

Nicole King, Pam Taylor, Homecom- 
ing Queen Camarie Clark. Christine 
Cronin and Kitty Rosewall are mem- 
bers of the Homecoming Court for the 
Class of 1990. 

Chris Welch. Lennox Chase. Home- 
coming King Liam Hurley, Ken Dou- 
gherty, and Adam Miller were chosen 
to be part of the Homecoming Court. 




20 HOMECOMING/PEP RALLY 



Unlike many of the freshmen, se- 




Karen Hocker, Kulo Lynge, Nadav Ku- 
piec, Melissa Ferro, and Tammy Cor- 
iaty sum up what the pep rally is all 
about. 



HOMECOMING/PEP RALLY 21 



Brigitte Bardot. a k.a. Christine Ha- 
mel, helps Solvi Naundorf catch her 
donut on a string. 




t was better than Catsr 

-Chris Rhodes 



SPOOKY CELEBRATIONS! 



What is the difference be- 
tween the French and Spanish 
Club Halloween parties- and 
which was better? According 
to Spanish Club member Ke- 
vin Geary, who briefly attend- 
ed the French Club party as 
well as his own, the Spanish 
one was. But if you were to 
ask any French Club member 
he or she would disagree- and 
did. 

The difference between the 
two isn't immediately obvious. 
Both were attended by 
strangely dressed members of 
the respective clubs, who 
made fools out of themselves 
at night playing ingenious 
games. But while the Spanish 
Club bobbed for apples, the 



French Club tried to grab do- 
nuts. The main difference, 
however, was, of course the 
language spoken. 

Although some people be- 
lieve that if you've seen one 
language club Halloween Par- 
ty, you've seen them all, most 
who attended thought that this 
was the best they'd ever been 
to. "They just keep getting 
better every year!" said 
French Club member Christine 
Hamel. The two parties were 
the organizations' first activi- 
ties for this year, and provided 
an opportunity for members to 
get to know each other -that 
is, if they could recognize each 
other! 




How's the water, Cheryl? 




22 STUDENT LIFE 



It's Ms. Mehrle and Mrs. Rainis- or 
is it Mrs. Rainis and Ms. Mehrle? 




The Pinata finally broken, Spanish 
Club students wrestle for the reward. 



STUDENT LIFE 23 



Senior Lilo Carr waits with anticipation 
backstage for the junior play to end. 




Stepping Into The Spotlight 



Well, as usual the Drama Club 
pulled off another brilliant night of 
drannatic competition with the 
Tournament of Plays. 

The freshmen pulled off a hilar- 
ious melodrama called That Was 
No Lady, That Was A Private 
Eye. Jill Freeman starred as a pri- 
vate detective in an on-again-off- 
again romance wWU lounge singer 
Johnny LaLounge, played by 
Bryan Fehlau. Alex Brill filled the 
stage with his deadpan portrayal 
of none other than Alex, a 
strange man estranged from his 
wife. And who can forget Ann 
Craig, who in her role as the in- 
former illuminated the auditorium 
without ever uttering a word, and 
then collapsing shortly thereafter. 

As often happens, the fresh- 
man play was followed by the 
sophomore play. Who Rang?. 
Sylvia Carr delighted the audi- 
ence in her enthusiastic portrayal 
of a wench with an excellent 
cockney accent. Oddly enough 
the other characters, played by 
Jodi Cohen, fvlaureen Devlin, Kel- 
ly Coble, and Gretchen Ela, the 



mad screemer, had accents 
ranging from proper English, to 
German, to Scottish, to unintelli- 
gible. Needless to say, this play 
was excellent. Sylvia Carr won 
Best Supporting Actress. 

The Juniors followed with the 
play High Window. I forget what 
this play was about, but I can't 
forget that Erin was superb and 
vicious in her portrayal of a bitter 
woman who was confined to a 
wheelchair, nor can I forget that 
Matt Stein won the award for 
Best Supporting Actor as Erin's 
son. 

Lastly, the seniors put on a 
play that adjudicator Sherwood 
Collins felt, for the second year in 
a row, was deserving of the Best 
Play award. The story of a man 
who attempts to gain a family by 
assuming a missing son's identi- 
ty. Stolen Identity swept the 
rest of the awards. Mark Gordon 
won Best Actor as the fraud, and 
Lilo Car won Best Actress as the 
missing man's sister. 

As usual, the evening was a 
memorable experience. 




I 
f 



24 STUDENT LIFE 



Freshman Bryan Fehlau goes over 
his lines backstage. 



i i 



Kelly Coble waits for her cue backstage In the 
freshman play. 



Kayte O'Neil. Drama Club secretary, sells cook- 
ies before taking her part in the senior play. 




Brian Fehlau practices the medieval 
art of catching flies in his mouth. 





t was a great experience for my future 
career as a wench." 

-Betsy Carlton 



Stepping Back In Time 



At last a new tradition to re- 
place the old ones that have 
been lost in tinne. The music 
department put on a medieval 
dinner to take us back to the 
days of the Renaissance Era. 
Featured in the show was the 
Bedford High School Madri- 
gal. Also, a brass group and a 
strings group did an excep- 
tional job accompanying the 
singers. The draw bridge was 
lowered at 6:30, inviting the 
guests into a wonderfully dec- 
orated castle. As the specta- 
tors filed into the room, Re- 
naissance music was brought 
alive on recorders . The scen- 
ery and the costumes were 
very authentic and added a 
great dimension to the show. 

As the dinner got under 
way, the show began. All of 
the duets and solos were sung 
beautifully. The food was won- 
derful. The best part was the 



delicious tasting spiced hot ci- 
der and bread. The audience 
had fun eating all of the food 
with their fingers. The madrigal 
continued the night with a 
play. Chris Rhodes was the hi- 
larious jester. The play re- 
volved around Mark Gordon 
trying to beat Chris Rhodes as 
the best jester of all. Everyone 
gave a great performance. 
The play was even filled with a 
live unicorn, a dragon, and 
gymnastic fleas. 

Each night a king and queen 
was picked from the audience. 
On the first night Mrs. Dono- 
van and Mr. Rosenberg took 
the throne. Then the following 
night, Mr. Ullmann and Kayte 
O'Neil became the new royal- 
ty. The madrigal finished off 
the successful night with a few 
selections stepping back in 
time. 

Mike Dmochowski is concentrating 
way too hard. 

Mrs. Anderson puts the rest of the 
strings to shame as she plays her vio- 
lin. 




26 STEPPING BACK IN TIME 



I 



Mike Durkin is his jolly old self, even 
when it's cold. 




I he bonfire was great, but there wasn't a 
stupid Concord player on top." 

-Angel Andrews 



Jumping Flames 



The night started out with a 
pep rally in the gym. The 
marching band, majorettes, 
and flag squad performed un- 
der the direction of Steven 
Barbas. Throughout the night, 
the cheerleaders helped raise 
the football team's spirit. We 
were all psyched for Thurs- 
day's Thanksgiving game 
against Concord. 

The bonfire was a big suc- 
cess. It soared high up in the 
sky. The hot fire was the only 
thing that kept everyone out- 
side in the cold. Many stu- 
dents and graduates of Bed- 
ford High School came 
together around the fire. It was 
a great chance for everyone to 
see old friends again. 

The big game was cancelled 
on Thanksgiving and resched- 
uled for Saturday because of 
snow. Unfortunately, the 
Marching Band did not play in 
the last game of the year. The 
team put up a good fight 
against Concord, but lost out 
in the end. The game and the 
bonfire brought out many peo- 
ple supporting our Bedford 
High School football team. 




Jim Busch. Kara iverson. Kitty 
Rosewall, Lisa Pecora. Tammy Cor- 
iaty. and Cara Swenson all agree that 
Bedford is #1. 



Our bonfire soars way up into the sky 




28 JUMPING FLAMES 



Jim Busch is having a great time 




BrI Kulir, Uli Kuhr, and Solvi Naun- 
dorf finally catcti the Bedford High 
School spirit. 



JUMPING 



FLAMES 29 



Eric Berman, the president of AFS, 
loves his Mexican chicken liver. 




hen AFS students get 
together, there is always a 
memorable experience." 

-Rebecca Rosenberg 



Running All Over The World 



AFS Intercultural Programs 
is an international organization 
dedicated to peace through 
the promotion of worldwide 
learning and living experiences 
for young adults and families 
from all walks of life. 

The AFS chapter at Bedford 
High School is made up of a 
dedicated group of students 
and adults. Many cultural 
events are organized in which 
Bedford's students are able to 
meet others from around the 
world. 

Bedford AFS sponsors ac- 
tivities where students can 
share stories of their AFS ex- 
periences. In December, the 
AFS club held a dinner at Can- 
tarres in Cambridge. Twenty 
members gathered together 
and enjoyed a delicious Mexi- 
can dinner. 

Kulo Lynge and Timo Bengs 
are both in America with AFS 
for the school year 89-90. 
Kulo IS from Greenland and 
Timo is from Finland. For a 
couple hours the AFS mem- 
bers enjoyed more than just 
dinner. They enjoyed a chance 
to be together. 




Rebecca Rosenberg shares her excit- 
ing experiences of her trip to Holland. 



30 RUNNING ALL OVER THE WORLD 




There is no better entertainment than 
that of Timo Bengs and Kulo Lynge. 
Both of thenn showed Bedford's 
AFS'ers their exceptional musical tal- 
ents. 



RUNNING ALL OVER THE WORLD 31 



Camarie, what's wrong? 




t was my way of sharing my golfing 
talents with everyone. And I got a free 
manicure, too!" 

-Kevin Geary on the Junior auction 



STEPPING UP TO THE TOP 



This year's Senior and Ju- 
nior classes were very suc- 
cessful. The Seniors spon- 
sored a variety show to 
produce funds for a schol- 
arship in the name of Mrs. 
Byron. The Seniors also 
had a strong showing dur- 
ing hall decorating with 
their rendition of Storyland. 
However, even with their ef- 
forts, the Junior class 
pulled ahead and won the 
contest with their "Ancient 
Egypt " tomb. This year the 
Juniors also held the first 



annual goods and services 
auction. This effort raised 
close to $2000. 

In addition to the allow- 
ance of " unassigned " time 
and Junior/Senior privi- 
leges, these classes may 
participate in Powder Puff, 
which this year faced 
weather disasters, and at- 
tend the Junior-Senior 
Semi-Formal in December, 
and the proms in May. Both 
classes thank Ms. Manley 
and Mr. Milliken. 



Kara Iverson bets Chris Welch that the 
Seniors will triumph in Hall Decorating. 
She lost. 



Mike Dmochowski and Lynnette Blan- 
chard play with an Ancient Egyptian 
toy. 



32 STUDENT LIFE 




Freshman Mark Mclnnis greets those 
fortunate enough to enter the Fresh- 
man "Candyland". 



//TP 



JL he vast knowledge that I learned as 
a Freshman will stay with nne for an 
eternity. (Yeah, right!) 



-Alex Brill 



A STEP BELOW 



This year's Sophomore and 
Freshman classes were very 
spirited and very involved. 
Both showed much pep during 
Spirit Week and especially Hall 
Decorating. The Sophomores, 
under leadership of Ms. 
Mehrle, gave their very impres- 
sive rendition of an Old-West- 
ern saloon. Also this year the 
Sophomores undertook some 
money making tactics, which 
haven't been yet released to 
the Yearbook staff. All in all 
the class of '92 was very hip. 

The Freshmen showed 
some serious workmanship 
themselves with their "Candy- 
land" in upper B-wing. This 
year the Freshman class re- 



ceived Mr. Sabourin as advisor 
and, as we all can imagine, is 
very "enthusiastic." 

Freshman and Sophomore 
year, though still the beginning 
of one's blind journey through 
High School still holds many 
interesting opportunities. 
While the Juniors and Seniors 
are getting ready to leave High 
School, the Freshman and the 
Sophomore are able to move 
at a steadier more relaxing 
pace and actually enjoy 
what's going on. (That's a 
good one!) All of what High 
School can offer a person is 
now open. What the student 
makes out of it, however, is his 
or her own own choice! 

Aniko Vanderlee plays with a box. She 
looks like she's having a pretty good 

time. 

The rambunctious Sophomore class 
tries to organize itself during Hall Dec- 
orating. 




34 A STEP BELOW 




A STEP BELOW 35 



Finalists For Photo of the Year Contest 




36 STUDENT LIFE 





"I love the people at B.H.S. 
They are all so warm and friend- 
ly to each other. They are the 
ones that nnake this institution 
so respectable." 

-Jamie Asbedian 




DES 



^ ■■ 



SEniOR CLASS OFFICERS 





Being a senior class officer en- 
tails endless work. They are re- 
sponsible for keeping the class 
cohesive and organizing various 
activities that will make our se- 
nior year remarkable. Their con- 
tinuous meetings and planning 
allow us to enjoy our prom, spirit 
week, and semi-formal, among 
other things 

Lennox, Micole, Camarie, 
Tammy, Karen, Cari, and Lynne 
have found time to keep up with 
school demands as well as filling 
out college applications. With all 
these duties and pressures ofbe- 
ing a senior, it is amazing how 
they find time to make the class 
of 1990 successful. Thanks guys, 
you have done a superb job! 

Most importantly, thanks to 
Miss Hanley for the never ending 
support and dedication of the 
past four years. The Class of 
1990 is greatful for all your help. 

Senior Class Officers, 1990: Front row: Secre- 
tary, Camarie Clark, Vice President, nicole 
King; Treasurer, Tammy Coriaty, Back row. Pre- 
sident.Lennox Chase; Adviser Miss Manley; 
Prom Chairpersons, Cari Szczesniak, Lynne 
Molinari, and Karen Mocker. 



Lennox always has time to 
joke around. 




40 SENIORS 



Karen considers conquering 
her next Advanced Chemistry 
problem. 



SENIORS 



"Who knows how long this will last 
riow we've come so far so fast. 
But somewhere back in the dust. 
That same small town in each of us. " 



-Don Henley 




SENIORS 41 



SCOTT SALVATORE 
ALBANI 

Scotty. Alb 

Don't stop thinking 
about tomorrow 
yesterday's gone 
yesterday's gone 
-Fleetwood Mac 




JEMNIFER CHRISTiriE 
ASHE 

Jenn 

It's a funny thing 
about life; 

if you refuse to accept 
anything but the best, you 
very often get it. 



MICHELLE A C 
ALEXANDER 
Cunna 

Doesn't rr^atter what you see or 
into it what you read you can do it 
your own way if it s done just how I 
say I'm just one... Metallica 




RICHARD L. AXTELL JR 
Rich, The Kid, Ricardo 

What is a weed? 

A plant whose virtues have 

not been discovered. 

-Ralph W. Emerson 



MARK ALVES 




BARBARA LEE BASS 

Don't do what 
people say you 
should do... 

do what you want to do. 



SCOTT AMDERSOM 




TIMO BEMGS 



42 SENIORS 



LISA SUE BERKOWITZ 



He who has imagination 
without learning has wings 
but no feet. -Joubert 
Life is a jigsaw puzzle with 
most of the pieces missing. 



ERIC D. BERMAM 

Berman, Berm, 



Just do it! 
-Mike 



GIAM r. BRUNELLESCHI 

I've got one more thing to 
say : I looove it! 



KATHERIME AMY BOFEA 

Kath, Boof 

And what a time it was... 
A time of innocence, 
A time of confidences, 
Preserve your memories. 
They're all that's left you. 



AMELIA r. BOWEN 

Ami, Aim 

Two roads diverged in a wood 
and I- took the road less 
travelled by, and that has 
made all the difference. 

-Robert Frost 




JAMES BUSCH 

Jim, Kunshmois 

In the shadows of a golden 
age, a generation waits for 
dawn... 

-Journey 



JEFFREY H. CAMPAGMA 



C is for cookie, and cookie 
is for me. 

Cookie Monster 



LISELOTTE CARR 
Lilo 

Mow can we see God face to 
face till we have faces? 

-CS Lewis 
Three is the magic number. 

-De La Soul. 



SEHIORS 43 



KEMMARD PEMG CHEN 
Ken Chen 



DAMIEL P. CARROLL 
Danny 

Ask yourself now... 
will it be worth it in the 
morning? 



WEMDY R. CHAPMAN 

With every rising of the sun 
think of your life as just 
begun. The past has cancelled 
and buried deep all yesterday 
and there let them sleep. 



LENNOX C. CHASE 

Lenny, Len, Ox 
When you no longer try to 
get better, you are no 
longer good. 

- Ron Brown 



Into the distance 
a ribbon of black 
stretched to the point 
of no tuming back. 

-Pink rioyd 




CAMARIE E. CLARK 

Twin, Shorty, Hux 
The greatest thing you' 
ever done for me.is to help 
me take my life less 
seriously, it's only life 
after all. -Indigo Girls 



DAVID S. COOKE 

Cooker, Cookie 

The great man is he who in 
the midst of the crowd keeps 
with perfect sweetness the 
independence of solitude 

Emerson 



TAMARA AYN CORIATY 

Tammy, Twin, Shorty 
Friendship improves 
happiness and abates misery, 
by doubling our joy 
and dividing our grief. 

-Addison 



CHRISTINE CRONIN 

Chrissy 
I decided never to 
walk in anyone s shadow. If 
I fail, if I succeed, at least 
I live as I believe. 

-Whitney Houston 



44 SENIORS 



TARA MICHELLE CRUMP 

Terrence, Tee 



MICHELLE Ann DAVIS 



I dreamed of the day I would 
graduate, but now I wish it 
A/ould never come. 




KEMMETH ALLEN 
DOUGHERTY 

Ken, Captain 
rhe greatest achievement is 
not in never falling but in 
rising again after the fall. 

-Vince Lombardi 



I often wonder how the 

future will be 

if I could only see, 

thanks everyone for the past 

it s definitely been a blast! 




MICHAEL EDWARD 
DURKin 

Mike,Mikey,Peach, Doctor 

This is the end- 
beautiful friends 
The Doors 



KRISTin DECAPRIO 



What a long, strange, 
trip it's been. 

-The Grateful Dead 




COURTNEY PAIGE 
EAGLES 
Court 



Everybody talks about the 
weather but nobody does 
anything about it 



CINDY LYNN DE 
FRANCESCO 

YdnicXindy-D,Cinderelia 
The future of the worid 
is in our hands 
Let's not screw it upl 
-If we can dream it, 
we can do it! 




RICHARD L. TEDELE 
Rich Fidel Rocket 



Everybodys got an opinion 
how you sec me is yours, but 
how I See myself is all 
that matters. 



SENIORS 45 



MARK JAMES FREDERICK 



MELISSA GAIL EERRO 
Lissa 

There is a charm of adventure 
upon this new quest. 

-Mew York Times 



SUZANME LEIGH FERRO 
Suzi 

Who knows how long this will 
last, now we've come so far so 
fast, let me take one last look 
before I say goodbye... 



AARON M. FINKELSTEIN 

Grub 

never before have we had so 
little time in which to do so 
much. 

-FDR 



"I think it s dark and it looks like 
rain," you said, and the wind is 
blowing like it s the end of the 
world,' you said. 

-The Cure 




JASOn GARRISON 



DAVID RICHARD FUREY 

A little nonsense now and then is 
relished by the wisest man. 

-Willy Wonka 
Our generation must make the 
change. 

-Ziggy Marley 



ERNESTO N. GALVAN 



if you climb too high 
you II fall too fast 
Just relax and 
be yourself 



BRADLEY E. GEILFUSS 

Beasley, Jack 

The future is a very 
nebulous thing. It only 
exists in our 
imagination. 

-Chick Corea 



46 SENIORS 



MICHAEL GIARD 




LORA KRISTEM GOODWIM 

Lori, Goody 



Let your life proceed by its own 
design... 

-Grateful Dead 



TRACY LEE GILES 

Trace, Trai 
Ttiis day is known tliat it will end 
and the end will be known and if 
we meet again then we'll smile; if 
not then this parting was 
worthwhile. 

-Julius Caesar 




b i I 

MARK DEXTER GORDON 

Fred, Dex, Dextrous, Mahk 

Three is the magic number. 

-De La Soul 

We are not amused. 
-Queen Victoria 



SARAH EVE GLENNON 

Glenn, Silky, Goonan 

Memories may be beautiful and 
yet, what's too painful to 
remember we choose to forget, 
so it's the laughter we will 
remember. 

-The Way We Were 




SARAH JAPIE GRirriN 



Don't hope for success, train for 
it. 

Life is not a spectator sport. 

-Reebok 



IAN J. GLOMSKI 

Sweet Cheeks 

It's all fun and games until 
someone loses an eye. 

-The mothers of the world 
All we have left to fear is fear 
itself. 

-FDR 




KEVIN GROr 
Qugs, Grofhead 

If you can Just get most people 
to ignore you and leave you 
alone, you're doing good. 

-Calvin and Nobbes 



SENIORS 47 



KAREM L. MOCKER 



MARY KATHERINE 
HANLEY 

Mary Kate, Mae 

We are in a race between 
education and catastrophe . . . 
get the point? 
Good let s dance . . . 

-Janet Jackson 




DAVID HOLTZMAN 

"The man who has no 
imagination has no wings. ' 



JULIE ANME HARLEY 
Jule 

I can't change the direction 
of the wind- 
But i can adjust my sails to 
reach my destination 

-James Dean 




JAMES CHRISTOPHER 
HUNT 

Hold on to sixteen as long as 
you can. 



ROBERT HILDRETH 




LIAM TIMOTHY HURLEY 

I don't believe in excess. 
Success is to give. 

U2 



Why do we taKe for granted 
the most precious things in life? 
Ourselves 




ANTHOriY D. iriFERRERA 

Manson Antonious Tony 

"The gods you worship are 
steel 

At alter of rockn'roll you 
kneel " 

-WASP 



48 SENIORS 



KIMBERLY AMN lOVIMO 

Kim 



Outta hair 

"Like a bald man" 



DAVID J ISABELLE 

Izzy, Dave 



KARA M. IVERSON 

So wait not till tomorrow, 
live today and gather in 
its hour the rose of life. 

Pierre de Ronsard 



NICOLE B. JANNIS 

riikki, Martha, 

I can explain a lot of 
things, but that doesn t 
mean I know what's going on. 

-Mr. Sabourin 




KATHERINE JAREK 

Kathy 

The story of life is quicker than the 
wink of an eye. The story of love is 
hello and goodbye 

-Jimi Hendrix 



MICHAEL JARVIS 

Mike 

Reach for the stars. 



TOmSHIA PLESHETTE 
JOHNSOri 

Toni 

I believe the children are the fu- 
ture teach them well and let them 
lead the way . . . 



JAMES KELLY 

Jim 

. . . And in the end, 
the love you take 
is equal to 
the love you make. 



The Beatles 



SENIORS 49 



JOSHUA QUEMTin 
KENNEDY 



We have met 
the enemy 
and he is us. 
- Walt Kelly 



MICOLE NATASHA KING 
Nikki, Heffa, Queenie 

no matter what they take 
from me. ..they can't take 
away my dignity... 



JESSICA JEAN KIRTON 
Jess 

There s nothing an agnostic can t 
do when he's not sure whether he 
believes in anything or not. 

■ Monty Python 



ELIZABETH KARA 
KLEEKAMP 

Liz 

Give me but one firm spot on 
which to stand, and I will move the 
earth. 

-Archimedes 




MICHAEL S. 
KWIATKOWSKI 



CHERYL ANNE KOENIG 
Agnes Depesto 



BRIGITTE KUHR 

Brie, Coor !! 
Hey Bri ■ it's free!! 



NADAV M. KUPIEC 

Only a life lived for others is a life 
worthwhile. 

- Albert Einstein 



There's a ripple effect 
in all that we do... 
What you do, touches me, 
What I do, touches you. 

- Barbara Choate 



50 SENIORS 



THOMAS W. LEnXIME 

Tom, Attitude 



My life is in the hands of the fool 
who makes me lose my temper. 




CHRISTOPHER MCCUNE 
Chris, Cuney, Cune 

Too many clowns, not enough 
circuses. 

From a coast of gold, across the 
seven seas, I'm travelin' on far and 
wide. 

- Iron Maiden 



KULO L. LYNGE 




CHRISTOPHER S. 
MCDOMALD 

Marlboro Mikki, Mick 

Don t let your dreams be 
clouded 

Aim your sights high 
Search your true feelings 
And reach for the sky... 



KRISTIM MADDOX 

Kris, "Maddix" 

it is over before you know it; it all 
goes by so fast. The bad times 
seem to take forever and the good 
times, well, they never seem to 
last. 




KATHY LYNM MCGILLICK 

Qilly, Brows, Shenna 

If you love him, set him free, if he 
comes back to you, he s yours. 



EDWARD MCCULLOCH 




JULIE MCMAHAN 



SENIORS 51 



MICOLE MARIE MESSINEO 

nikki, riik. Smelly, 
Samantha, Blondie 

I'd gladly give you nine lives for the 
one you've given me, meow! 
no Problem - ALF 
I wanna have some fun 



ADAM W. MILLER 

Adam-baby, Adrock 

A friend is a person with 
Whom I may be sincere. 
Before him, 
I may think aloud. 



ARTHUR B. MOLIMAR 

Arty, Art 

I guess the real purpose for high 
school was to keep everybody 
from knowing what the real world 
is really like. 



LYMME MARIE MOLIMARI 

Jill 

It is a tragedy for me to see 
the dream is over, 
but I never will forget 
the day we met 
I'm gonna miss you! 



1 



«|0 




MARK DAVID MONACO 

Maai, Autocratic, Monaco 
QP 

Friends count a lot, but the friend 
that counts the most is the one 
inside yourself. 
Ow, shake it! 



WILLIAM R. NOVAK 
Bill 

I've seen the future 
And it will be 
I've seen the future 
And it works. 



KATE ELIZABETH O NEIL 

Kayte, Kwat, Etyak, Kay-o 

Happiness is doing with a smile 
what you have to do anyway. 
"It's not where we are standing, 
it s the direction we are moving. 



JILL ELLEN OBLAS 
Jilly, Jillian 

May the road rise up to meet yoti. 
may the sun shine warm upon 
your face, until we meet again, my 
friend, may Q-d hold you in the 
palm of his hand. 




ERIC P. PACKER 

"Tacer" 



BRYAN M. PANZERI 

Panza 



If it s anything I can't stand, it's a 

zoo without lions. It is only with the heart 

- Pokey That one sees rightly; 

What is essentia! DAMA R. PARK 





ALLEN PATENAUDE 



DAVID PAVLAS 



TRACIE PEAKS 

Tray, Trace 



As I look back on my days at Bed- 
ford High - I'm gonna celebrate, 
party, and have a good time. 



DAVID PEASE 



SENIORS 53 



LISA MARIE PECORA 

natural ability without education 
often raised man to glory and vir- 
tue, than education without natu- 
ral ability. 

-Cicero 




PHILLIP C. POOR JR 

Phil, Sumo, Mojo 

Support Wildlife 
Throw a Party. 



STEVEM JOSEPH 
PETRECCA 

Steve 



I need somebody to stand by me 
through the good times and bad 
times. 




I I 

KRISTED LEIGH PUGH 

Kris 

What er we leave to Qod, God 
does, and blesses us; 
The work we choose should be 
our own Qod lets alone. 

-Thoreau 



AMY CHRISTIME 
PIETCHEL 

Pitch 



I never think of the future. 
It comes soon enough. 

-Albert Einstein 




CATHERINE M. PUTNEY 
Katie, Kate, Putt 

Love is rare 
Life is strange 
nothing lasts 
People change 
-Q. Cryer 



BRYAN POOLE 

Poole, Cheeks 



Good humor makes all things 
tolerable. 




JENNIFER MARIE RAEEA 
Jennie 

Too proud to quit, but too 
scared to go on . . . 
Practice is over! 



54 SENIORS 



ROBYM MARIE 
RAMDAZZO 

Rob, Metal Mead 

Don't need nothing but a good 
time. -Poison 

We are the youth gone wildll - 
Skid Row 





ALISOM JANE ROBERTS 

Kiddo, littlest-love 
Even when I mess up she still 
loves me. That's what's great 
about moms. -H.D. Commercial 
When I say I love you you say you 
betta' -The Who (Dad) 



CHRISTOPHER L. 
RHODES 

Chris, Spaz, The Marching 
Band God 



Maturity is a dwindling resource. 
Please use it sparingly. 
Seven! 




SABRINA ROBIMSOM 



DIAriA JOAM RICCI 

May the road rise up to meet you, 
may the wind be always at your 
back, may the sun shine warm 
upon your face, and the rain fall 
soft upon your fields. 




KATHLEEN ROSEWALL 

Kitty, Kit 

Live each day as if it were the first 
one you had ever seen, and the 
last one you were going to see. 



NEIL MICHAEL RICHARDS 

Do not always do unto others as 
you would they should do unto 
you: their tastes may not be the 
same. -Q.B. Shaw 
"Wow! " -P. Spinosa 




SANDRA LYNN SABETTY 

Great spirits have always encoun- 
tered violent opposition from me- 
diocre minds. 

-Albert Einstein 



SENIORS 55 



CAROLYM L. SARnO 

Carrie 

I don't know where I am going but I 
can t wait to get there. 



RUSSELL A. 
SCHELLHOUS 

For nicknames ask Coach 
Petrillo. 

You can't really be strong until you 
see a funny side to things. -Ken 
Kesey 

67 yards is a long way! 



BRIAM L. SEIDMAN 

Seidman 

We always take my car cause it s 
never been beat. We've never 
missed yet with the girls we meet. 

-Beach Boys 



MICHAEL JOSEPH SERRA 

Mike, Ruben, Sierra 
I live my life like there s no tomor- 
row, all I ve got I had to steal, 
least I don't need to beg or bor- 
row, yes I m living and I praise that 
guilt. 




ANDREW L. SHAPIRO 

Andy, Shap 

What are you laughing at? 
The joke s on you. 

-Horace 



RICHARD DWAYP1E 
SHARPE 

Dewey, Sharpee 

What lies behind us and and what 
lies before us are tiny matters 
compared to what lies within us. - 
Jo Petty 



TOM SHERMAn 

Don t hide what you feel inside. 
Don t let anybody stand in your 
way just let the music take you 
higher. -Whitesnake 



TAMYA L. SMITH 

Sausage, Tiny 

The past is a dream. 
The present a strife. 
The future is full of hopes. 
And such is life! 



NICHOLAS K. 
STEFANIDAKIS 

nick 

The mist is lifting slowly. I can see 
the way ahead. 

■Moody Blues 



HOLLY SUE STOCKDALE 
Hobbles 

Within our reach lies every path we 
ever dream of taking. Within our 
power lies every step we ever 
dream of making. 



CARA MARIE SWEMSON 

Tray 

Our youth we can have today; we 
may always find time to grow old. 

-Berkely 



CARL SZCZESrilAK 

Sez, Sezmaniac 

If you can imagine it, 
you can achieve it. 
If you can dream it, 
you can become it. 
■William Arthur Ward 




DENMIS JOn TAYLOR 

Base; D.T. 

Our past is gone, but not 
forgotten. 



PAMELA JEAM TAYLOR 

Pam 

What do you want me to do 
To do for you 
To see you through. 



SEEMA TIKU 



Lost, yesterday, somwhere be- 
tween sunrise and sunset, two 
golden hours, each set with sixty 
diamond minutes. Ho reward is of- 
fered for they are gone forever. - 
Horace Mann 



SCOTT TOMPKINS 

Put your gum in the basket. 

-Apicella 



SENIORS 57 



jErrERY s. 

Jeff 



UDELL 



LAUREN L. TRAVERS 

My mind is shrouded now with fear 
with circumstance that brought 
me here. 

i^. Travers 



This world is like a lobby before 
the world to come. Prepare your- 
self in the lobby so that you may 
enter the banquet hall. 



SCOTT VENUTI 

Scoota, V 

Would you like that 

in a cup or a cone? 
-Bedford Tarms 



CHRISTOPHER J. WELCH 

Tor when the One Great Scorer 
comes to mark against your name, 
he writes - not that you won or lost 
- but how you played the game. 




DAWN WHITING 



ROBERT L. WHEATON JR 

Roberto, Bob, Beatons 

If you can't convince them, 
confuse them. 



DONNA WILLIAMS 

D.W. 

Such a long, long time 
to be gone 
such a short time 
to be there 

-Grateful Dead 



KIM WILSON 

Wilson, Vilson, Woody, 
Willy, Woodrow 
If I leave here tomorrow, would 
you still remember me cuz I must 
be travelin on now cuz there's too 
many places I've got to see. -Lyn- 
ard Skynard "Tree Bird 



58 SENIORS 



SEAM WILSON 

Willie 

Destiny is not a matter of 
chance, it's a matter of cfioice. 
-BUS Weight Room Facility 



MELISSA LYNM 
WINGFIELD 

Mis, Missy 

The mist is lifting slowly 
I can see the way ahead 
And I've left behind the 

Empty streets 
That once inspired my life. 
Moody Blues 



REBECCA LYNNE WOLF 

Becky, Beccatha, Grace) 

I know what I know 
I'll sing what I said 
We come and we go 
That's a thing that I keep 
In the back of my head. 



ADRIAN M. WOOD 

Perched on the loftiest 
throne in the world, 
we are still sitting on 
our own behind. 

-Montaigne 




LINDA ZIMMER 



KAAN ZOROGLU 

If you like it do it. 



SENIORS 59 



DAY TO DAY STEPS 





60 SENIORS 



Best of the Best 




This year, we asked all seniors 
to make up their own superla- 
tives. Here is a sample of the 
ones we retrieved: 

- Most likely to kill a moose with a 
Swiss army knife: Rich Fedele. 

- Most likely to be absent the day 
of a test: Kristen Pugh. 

- Most likely to trip up the stairs: 
Sarah Glennon. 

- Most likely to say "hi": Ken 
Dougherty. 

- Most likely to stick her finger in 
a fan: Cheryl Koenig. 

- Most likely to sleep through 
graduation: Kitty Rosewell. 

- Most likely to read a smut book 
in an asylum: Kara Iverson. 

- Most likely to be hurt by some- 
one in a bad mood: Chris 
Rhodes. 

- Most likely to be in the Powder 
Puff Hall of Fame: Sarah Griffen. 

- Most likely to change her hair- 
style every week: Kathy 

y., McGillick. 

'(i - Most likely to talk someone into 

changing his mind: Kayte O'Neil. 

- Most likely to babble in circles 
for eternity: Neil Richards. 

- Most likely to total his car while 
driving in a forest: Brian 
Seidman. 

- Most likely to fall asleep at his 
wedding: Brad Geilfuss. 

- Most likely to OD on jellybeans: 
Eric Packer. 

- Most likely to be run over by a 
cement truck: Jim Busch. 

; - Most likely to go to college and 

major in eating other people's 
food: Aaron "Grub" Finkelstein. 
I , - Most likely to sing the wrong 
! words to a song: Jen Raffa. 

- Most likely to marry a rich man: 
Jenn Ashe. 

- Most likely to be correct: Kristin 
Maddox. 

- Most likely to play soccer in ev- 
ery country: Eric Berman. 

- Most likely to make fun of your 
weight; Dennis Taylor. 

- Least likely to get a new car: 
Michelle Davis. 

- Least liikely to miss a piece of 
gossip: Sandra Sabetty. 




Ingeniously Instrumental - Chris 
Rhodes and Kitty Rosewali 



Gorgeously Garbed - Suzanne Ferro 
and Adam Miller 




64 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 



Significantly Spirited - Chris Rhodes 
and Jill Oblas 



Liveliest Laugh - Michelle Davis and 
Sean Wilson 




65 SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 



JUNIORS 



BEGINNING OF THE END 

JUNIOR YEAR 

Junior year is infamously known as "the 
work year". On top of a strenuous honne- 
work load and extensive numbers of papers 
and reports assigned, this year we face the 
PSATs, SATs, Achievements, college prep- 
aration, and basically, stress. 

Before we know it we are accustomed to 
getting up at the awful hour of 6:00 A.M. on 
Saturdays in order to trudge our way to the 
high school by 8:15 in order to stand out in 
the freezing cold for an hour, half terrified at 
the tests to come and half in awe at willingly 
going through this. It is a mystery. And of 
course we are told that overall the tests 
don't really matter - it's just college, right? 

Actually, it's really not that bad if one 
memorizes Webster's Dictionary and is a 
mathematical genius. Even so, it's really not 
that big of a deal. Eventually it's all behind us 
and we begin spending Friday nights out 
again - not putting a lifetime's worth of 
knowledge in eight hours of cramming. Then 
we get ready for senior year : applications, 
essays, more SATs, rejection and grief! Is it 
really worth it? 



Amy Andrade feels that Junior year has left her 
too tied up at times! That and the evil people 
who did this to her! 




66 JUNIORS 




Ahern. Robert 
Alexander, Bryan 
Alexander, Cornelius 
Amaya, Luis 
Andrade, Amy 
Asbedian, Jannie 
Bailey. Jamie 



Baker, Michelle 
Barfield, Melissa 
Berman, Josh 
Blaisdell, Phil 
Blanchard, Lynnette 
Blasi, Michael 
Blondin, Christian 



Boisvert, Michelle 
Borshay. Amy 
Boschetto, David 
Boyd, Ian 
Bucl<ley, Sean 
Burke, Diane 
Burke, Michelle 

p K r: H 
Busch, Fred 

Callahan, Jennifer 

Campbell. Rachel 

Campoli, Heather 

Cann, Scott 

Cardile, Kimberly 

Cestrone, James 



Chappel, Keith 
Chen, Mark 
Chester. Thomas 
Clarke, Joshua 
Cohen, Jennifer 
Combattelli, James 
Conolly, Amy 



Deardorff, Sean 
Dee, Michelle 
DeLuca, Alicia 
Dempsey, Amy 
Dickinson, Jennifer 
Dishman, Jason 
Dmochowski, Michael 



Dockham, Richard 
Doherty, Paul 
Dohman, Robin 
Donaldson, Robert 
Duris, Kevin 
Dworshak, Megan 
Ebersole, John 



Eldridge, Jason 
Eriich, Shari 
Farmer, Keith 
Fehlau, Erin 
Flores, Alejandra 
Freeman. Alex 
Galani, Judy 




JUNIORS 67 



Amy Dempsey wonders why she 
didn't pull her hair back before en- 
joying this beautiful day outdoors. 




Becky Rosenberg and Amy Wojnar enjoy hang- 
ing out in the Counseling office. 

As shown here, the excitement of school always 
keeps Chris Henry wide awake. 



68 JUNIORS 



.1 




Kapuria, Samir 
Keeting, Zachary 
Kelleher. Lisa 



Kennedy, Marcus 
Koop, Jonathon 
Korik, Sasha 



Lee, Oana 
Lenz, Cynthia 
Linehan, Sean 




Linton. Nicole 
Lydon, John 
MacLellan, Elizabeth 



Caught dawdling in Physics class, 
Kyle Gelormini gets ready to beat 
up this photographer who escaped 
just in time. 




Mahar, Craig 
Malo, Scott 
Martin, Carol-Ann 



McGovern, Tricia 
McNeany, Timothy 
Mead, Steven 



Mello. KImberly 
Merrill, Julie 
Mertes, Karin 



Meyers. Rachel 
Miller, Stephanie 
Minassian, Mark 




Jamie Asbedian compares notes 
with others during class, and he 
still doesn't have a clue about the 
subject! 



JUNIORS 69 



Mitchell, Frances 
Morehead. Graham 
Naundorf. Solveig 
Nelson, Todd 
Novak. Debra 
Novak, Diane 
O'Callahan, Shannon 



O'Brien, Scott 
O'Keefe, Kerri 
O'Malley, Kelly 
O'Malley, Ma1thev\/ 
Paschkewitz, John 
Patterson, Nikki 
Pearson, Eric 



Pease, Barrie 
Pignatiello, Kerry 
Pollock, Rachel 
Poulin, Joseph 
Prescott, Steven 
Prior, Mark 
Rivera, Rafael 



Picker, Tina 
Ritson, Peter 
Rosenbaum, Jennifer 
Rosenberg, Rebecca 
Russo, Jodie 
Saunders, Nancy 
Schowalter, Kathleen 



'/jf Shamon. Peter 
Shaughnessy, Eileen 
Sherman, Christopher 
Snelson, Kerri 
Somerset, Joseph 
Spencer, Susanne 
Stein, Matthew 



Stephens, Heather 
Storer, Amy 
Stygar, Stephanie 
Surprenant, Nathan 
Sylvia, Kenneth 
Tamerler, Wendy 
Tanzer, John 



Taylor, Andy 
Theophile, Chris 
Tuttle. Derek 
Brian Tovi^ne 
Watkins, Mark 
Welch, Elizabeth 
White, Richard 



Wilkins, Kenny 
Wilson, Donna 
Wojnar, Amy 
Worth, Maureen 
Zampese. David 




70 JUNIORS 




PRE-SENIORITIS 

THE JUNIOR MYTH 



Picture this : tlie scliool, lower A- 
wing. Hundreds of students pass 
through on their way to honneroom in 
the nnorning. It is in this same hallway 
that the Junior ego is built. This stigma 
of an attitude becomes so prominent 
throughout the year that the faint lines 
of a scarlet J become visible on the 
Juniors' chests. 

The Junior at BHS is not a Fresh- 
man. The Junior is not even a Sopho- 
more, the next closest thing. The Ju- 
nior is not a Senior, meaning that he 
has no worries of college applications, 
recommendations, or the future. The 
Junior can drive. The Junior can boss 
half of the school around. The Junior 
knows what he's doing, where he's go- 
ing and why. The Junior has it great. 
The Junior owns the world, right? 



Wrong. Part of the unwritten contract 
in staying alive in high school is the 
unwritten agreement to not tick the Se- 
nior off. Using a simple but adequate 
congressional metaphor, the Senior 
has veto power over any Underclass- 
man's life. This veto we, including the 
cocky Junior, must respect. 

The Senior waited four years for this 
honor, and now a bunch of obnoxious 
Juniors are getting in their way. We 
Juniors have to realize that we still 
have another year to go. Until that time 
we should just respect and admire the 
Senior. We can still drive, we can still 
boss the Underclassmen around, and 
we can still bask in the knowledge that 
we know where we are going. We just 
have to make sure that we keep this 
behavior out of Senior Hall and in Low- 
er A-Wing where it belongs. 




Kathy Hurd peacefully reflects upon her Ju- 
nior year at BHS. 



JUNIORS 71 



SOPHOMORES 



THE BEGINNING, AGAIN 

A BETTER START 



Sophomore year is great. When those big 
doors open on Septennber 6th, the Sopho- 
more is no longer timid, scared, and shy. The 
Sophomore now knows where his home- 
room is and how to get there, he knows how 
to manage his books, and he knows at least 
half of the student population. As that Soph- 
omore walks through those doors, no longer 
hiding behind or clinging desperately to the 
arm of an older sibling (the first sign of a 
Freshman), he realizes that high school has 
finally, FINALLY begun. This is not the same 
high school that one experiences freshman 
year. This is the REAL high school - fun, 
friendship, good times. And the Sophomore 
is more than ready. 

This year in a person's life opens so many 
doors. For instance, this year one can go to 
a school dance an hour late, the required 
time to wait, and look semi-cool. This year 
one can go to a Friday night football game 
and not feel self-consciously classified as the 
Freshman. The Sophomore can walk around 
school with an Upperclassman and not be 
accused of the Freshman-wanting-to-go-to- 
the-prom syndrome. And, only if they're 
lucky, the Sophomore may become friends 
with an Upperclassman which allows for lim- 
ited transportation and an elevated Real Es- 
tate value. 

Okay - so those last few points were not 
really important, but they do exemplify the 
power that the Sophomore now holds in his 
or her hands. This power can be dangerous, 
Sophomores, so be careful. 



Matt Mosley is a prime example of the 
devastating effects of sophomore year 
on a person. 




72 SOPHOMORES 







Alba, Lisette 
Alessi, Christopher 
Amaya, Edwin 
Anderson, Dawn 
Ansorge, Peter 
Belliveau, Daren 
Blake, Martin 



Blasioli, Lynna 
Bobrinitz, Nicola 
Boutin, Bruce 
Brennan, Barbara 
Brooks, Christy 
Brooks, Crystal 
Brooks, Michael 




Browne, Sage 
Bumann, Anita 
Burton, Darlene 
Byam, Scott 
Cadotte, Lisa : 
Callahan, Kelly 
Callahan, Timothy 



Carr, Sylvia 
Carroll, Joyce 
Carson, Jennifer 
Chan, Kim-Lung 
Chen, Yung-Hsin 
Chisholm, Jason 
Clancy, Karen 



Clayton, George 
Clouse. Rachel 
Cohen, Jodi 
Colliton, Maureen 
Concannon, Theresa 
Correia, Marcy 
Coughlan, Donna 



Coughlin, Brandi 
Coviello, Cynthia 
Dallman, Michael 
Denaro, Krista 
Desantis, David 
Devlin, Maureen 
Dickerson, Jennifer 



DiNisco, Michelle 
Doherty, Tina 
Droznin, Elina 
Duggan, Amy 
Edwards, Michelle 
Ela. Gretchen 
Feldman, Darren 



MSB 

arren 



Flores, David 
Freeman, Kafherine 
Friedman, Debbi 
Giscombe, Ronald 
Gottlieb. Craig 
Grot, Brian 
Hall, Andrew 



SOPHOMORES 73 



Donna Coughlan's pride in her 
class Is written all over her face, 
literally. 



Karrie Mills outshines, and outplays, a fellow 
Freshman Baritone player during Wind 
Ensemble. 

Mr. Stephenson brightens the lives of Anita Bu- 
mann and Theresa Concannon with a bad joke. 




Harley, Amy 
Hart, Lorena 
Heimple, Valerie 



Holden, Jonathan 
Holden, Katherlne 
Hunt. Daniel 



Hunter, Heather 
Ingraham. Peter 
Jeannotte, Jeffrey 




Jehte, Ashley 
Johnson, Susan 
Johnson. Nana-Kyi 



Jones, Deborah 
Kennedy, Hope 
Kenon, Reggie 



mm 



Keroes, Joshua 
Knell, Matthew 
Kuhr, Ulrike 



Kyvelos, Stephanie 
Lanier, Andrea 
Larsen, Kristen 




Lee, Tara 
London. Pamela 
Lorusso, John 




74 SOPHOMORES 





MacArfhur, Kristina 
Mace, Charles 
MacQuilken, Beth 



«3« 



Hall decorating is doing strange 
things to Tim Callahan, agrees 
Maureen Devlin. 




McAllister, Nathaniel 
McCulloch, Anne 
McDonald, Scott 




McGrath, Keri 
Messineo, Randy 
Mills, Karyn 




Mofield. Elizabeth 
Moseley, Matthew 
Newberry, Sabrina 




-X 



NicKerson, Jerinffer" 

Patenaude, Timothy 
Pellegrini, Mary 




Perino, Stephanie 
Peterson, Jennifer 
Pietchel, Laurie 



Pomponi, Andria 
Proudfoot, Denise 
Pullen, Lester 



Reaves, Frank 
Rivinius, Elizabeth 
Schofield, Michelle 





Theresa Concannon anxiously 
awaits the end of class. 



SOPHOMORES 75 



Shao, Anny 
Short, Christine 
Short, Michael 
Shwimmer, Jaqueline 
Smith, Daymion 
Sparrow, Brian 
Stafford, Jennifer 



Stanley, Robert 
Swenson, Eric 
Swietek, Paul 
Taylor, Brian 
Taylor, Bryan 
Tobey, David 

Urquhart, Barry 



VanDerLee. Aniko 
Volicer, Zuzka 
Wallin, Christopher 
Weinfurt, Patricia 
Welch, Francis 
Wentworth, David 
Whiteaker, Stacey 



Wingfield, Jennifer 
Wood, Ivan 
f0 Young, Eric 





Stephanie Kyvelos and Valerie Zuzka Volicer is struck by a sud- 
Helmple enjoy a relaxing monnent den Inspiration, 
together after school. 



76 SOPHOMORES 




HEY NONNY NONNY HO HO 

WHAT DOES IT MEAN 



Among those privileged folks who 
have a chance to look back upon their 
high school experience, there is a pop- 
ular (if ridiculous) notion that the Soph- 
omore year never occured. I'm not 
sure why. 

In actuality, Sophomores have it 
made. They are not looked down upon 
as Freshmen are. They do not have to 
face the college hassles that upper- 
classmen do. They are pleasantly in 
the middle, shielded from many of life's 
horrors by this position. They are not 
forgotten. They simply exist within a 




blissful existence. 

Then again, blissful existence isn't 
particularly possible for any high 
school class. All are driven by the daily 
difficulties that come about whenever 
one pursues formal education. Yet the 
Sophomores, when they have recov- 
ered from the troubles which plague 
every student, can go on their happy 
way, with a Hey Nonny Nonny Ho Ho. 
Unfortunately, most sophomores don't 
know what they've got until it's gone - 
and then they forget it anyway. 




Gretchen Ela. Jackie Shwimmer, and An- 
dria Pomponi show off their interesting 
and enjoyable wardrobes. 



mst 



he world finally will know Dawnice Wilklns' 
icker combination. 



Tara Lee happily goes on her way to class. 
What a model student! 



SOPHOMORES 77 



FRESHMAN 



THE FUTURE OF BHS 

LAST, NOT LEAST 



Freshman year, though seemingly degrad- 
ing to one's psyche, opens up so many new 
opportunities to the unfortunate Freshman in 
question. With so many people coming from 
so many different places there are so many 
new people to meet, and more opportunities 
to develop the long-lasting friendships that 
High School is known for. 

Then of course there is the abundance of 
activities: sports teams, clubs, organiza- 
tions, bands, plays, and committees. What 
more could this school offer to a Freshman? 
There is something for everyone. And where 
better to meet people with similar interests 
than during an activity? The Freshman has 
lucked out. Wow! 

In addition to the extracurricular opportu- 
nities open to Freshman, the Academic sec- 
tor opens a broad range of options as well. 
Gone are the plain Math, Social Studies, Sci- 
ence, Reading, English, Art, and Music 
courses. Now offered are the worlds of Alge- 
bra and Geometry; Biology with a promising 
future; Civilization; French, Spanish, and 
Latin; Art I, II, III, or IV, Ceramics and more; 
and Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Listen- 
er's Guide or the new Music Theory. The 
blandness is gone and replaced with a wide 
variety full of fun and achievement. High 
School is a new start with the future looking 
full of many exciting(?) surprises. 



David Boffa uses all of his manly power to staple 
some paper together. 




78 FRESHMAN 






Albonesi, Bryan 
Allen, Kenneth 
Almodovar, Josephine 
Anderson, Michael 
Anderson, Todd 
Atkinson, Jane 
Atkinson, Richard 



Bailey, Kevin 
Bacguss, James 
Balling, Matthew 
Bergin, Kelly 
Berkowitz, Rachael 
Blackstone, Jennifer 
Boffa, David 

Boschetto, Margaret 
Boutin, Michael 
Brescia, David 
Brill, Alexander 
Brogan, Michael 
Busch, Caroline 
Campoli, Jason 



Cann, Stephanie 
Caraballo, Anita 
Carlson, Jared 
Carlton, Betsy 
Carpenter, Krystin 
Chan, May 
Chester, Stephen 



Christie, Sean 
Chui, Jane 
Ciccone, Terri 
Clark, Steven 
Coble, Kelly 
Cohen, Joshua 
Colliton, Kristen 



Craig, Ann 
Crane, Ashley 
Dallas, Jonathan 
Davis, James 
DeGregory, Rachelle 
Dempsey, Matthew 
Dodge, Michael 



Doherty, Katherine 
Drohan, Brian 
Dubitsky, Stephanie 
Duris, Shay 
Fehlau, Brian 
Franks. Terri 
Freeman, Jill 



Galvan, Daniel 
Gersh. David 
Ginn, John 
Graham, losha 
Green, Carrie 
Hansen, Jennifer 
Harrington, Christine 



FRESHMAN 79 



Shay Duris gazes at the ceiling 
with a horrified expression. What- 
ever could be the matter? 



mm 




Freshmen can never hide from the camera, real- 
ize Krysten Carpenter and Rachel Berkowitz. 

Brian Fehlau is kidnapped by upperclassmen 
"friends". Will he ever be heard from again? 



Harris. Bradley 
Henkel, Melissa 
Hildreth. Angie 



mm 



Hurley, Caitlin 
Hursh, David 
Iverson, Jennifer 



Jannis, Amanda 
Johnson. Antonio 
Kleekamp, Scott 




Kyveibs. Matthew 
Le, Viet 
Leeman, Patricia 



Lord, David 
MacLeod, Alexis 
Magner. Amy 



Mara. John 
Mayer, Christopher 
McGarry, Matthew 



•a 



McGarry, Michael 
Mclnnis. Mark 
Mcintosh, Leslie 



Mersinger, Elizabeth 
Miller, Christopher 
Mitchell, Linda 




80 FRESHMAN 




Mix, Mary 

Mofield. Robert ^jffffjt- 
Murphy, Amy-Kate 



O'Brien, Jacqueline 
Parnell, Ricliard 
Pavlas, Miclielle 



Pedersen, Alan 
Prinnmerman, Cynthia 
Randolph, James 




Risley, Dwayne 
Rivinius, Gregg 
Ross, Colin 



Ross, Matthew 
Russell, Darrell 
Sadowsl<i, Shawn 



Sands, Kim 
Sanford, Michele 
Shetlin, Laurie 



St. Sauveur, Julie 
Stone, Paul 
Strickland, Byron 




Thomas, Ernest 
Tynes, Joel 
Udell, Adam 



Marl< Mclnnis contemplates his fu- 
ture while playing with a streamer. 




Soccer sensation, Cait Hurley 
takes a well deserved break. 



FRESHMAN 81 






r 



THE FRESHMAN ARTICLE 

READ IT! 



If there is anyone who is reading this 
article, then perhaps they are missing 
the point. People buy yearbooks so 
they can look at the pictures, ponder 
the Senior quotes, and accunnulate sig- 
natures from fellow students. Does 
anybody really read these articles? If 
you have gotten this far, I urge you to 
continue reading, just to be different. If 
you are reading this, you are probably 
a Freshman. 

Perhaps you are wondering why the 
Freshman class was stuck with such a 
crummy article as this one. The point. 
Freshmen, is not to worry; someday 





you will be upperclassmen, and will 
then have the opportunity to write arti- 
cles like these which glorify your own 
class and say little of importance about 
the classes beneath you. Hang in 
there! And for completing this article, 
you now get to turn the page! 

A note to all Freshmen: Attention 
Freshmen. This article was only the be- 
ginning. You will find the continuation 
in the Sophomore section of the 1991 
yearbook. For now it is only a dream, 
but at this time next year it will be a 
reality. Sit tight, it's just 365 days! 




David Gersh gives the camera an irresist- 
ible look. 



ndy Jannis can't believe that anyone 
uld find her paper cutting interesting. 



Betsy Carlton serenades the bright day. 



FRESHMAN 83 



Administration 




'84 TEACHERS 



DEDICATED TO THE MEMODY OF: 
MD6. m BYM 




Earlier this year we lost someone very special to us. 
Mrs. Byron was our teacher, our advisor, and to all of us 
a friend. Mrs. Byron, we can't begin to tell you all you've 
nneant to us. All of the long hours spent together work- 
ing, talking, complaining, and laughing will always be 
remembered. You were always helpful when we needed 
you, but still treated us with respect and allowed us to 
be ourselves. 

Some of the times were hard, especially towards the 
end, but we knew that you always wanted to help and 
do the most you could, even though you could have 
been helping yourself more. We appreciate the work 
and time devoted to helping us through that hard time, 
and always tried to be the best students, staff mem- 
bers, and friends we could be. Mrs. Byron, we miss you 
more than you could know. We miss our teacher, we 
miss our advisor, and we miss our helper, but most of all 
we miss our friend. 

We dedicate the 1990 yearbook to the memory of 
Mrs. Ruth Byron, for without her we never could have 
done it. 



TEACHERS 85 



T 



Keith Adams 

Athletic Director 
Jennifer Anderson 
Music 
Steven Barbas 

Band Director, Music 
Donald Barron 
Art Program Director 
Janice Birch 

Secretary 



Raymond Bohm 

Pupil Personnel 
CMSgt. Aldevino Braga 
Aerospace Science 
Peter Cacciola 
Athletic Trainer 
Lt. Col. Edward Campbell 
R O T.C. 
Victor Carlson 
Industrial Arts 



Suzanne Cervo 

Foreign Language 
Robert Ciolfi 
Program Administrator, Counseling 
Kevin Connolly 
Industrial Arts 
William Corliss 
Business Education 
Rita Craig 
Science 



Vernon Dameron 

Social Studies 
Joan DiClemente 
Special Education 
Charles DiPietro 
Program Administrator 
Tom Dooley 
Audio Visual 
Theresa Doiron 
Secretary 



Michael Donovan 

Social Studies 
Elizabeth Dowling 
Librarian 
Kathleen Drenas 
Home Economics 
Janice Finklestein 
Secretary 
Claire French 
Secretary 



Sybil French 

Secretary 
Elaine Giddis 
English 
Bernard Gollis 

Counselor 
Robert Greenway 

Counselor 
Paula Gullage 

Business, Social Studies 




i 
I 



WATCH YOUR STEP! 




Mr. Duggan gets casual. 



The Future of B.H.S? 



Robots are taking over. 
They're building cars, mix- 
ing chennicals, constructing 
computer chips, and screw- 
ing caps on bottles, as well 
as performing hundreds of 
other tasks. Human factory 
workers have been re- 
placed by robots. Who will 
robots replace next? 
Teachers? 

Sounds good, doesn't it? 
No more teachers. 

But wait! Would a robot 
fall for, "There was a fight in 
the hall, and there were so 
many people in the way, I 
couldn't get to class on 
time." 



Would a robot compre- 
hend, "My lock wouldn't 
open, so I don't have my 
book." 

A robot could never tell a 
joke like Mr. Stephenson, or 
teach a fun fact like Mr. 
Reynolds. A student cer- 
tainly couldn't make fun of 
a robot. And, most impor- 
tantly, a student could nev- 
er get a robot off the 
subject. 

The 1990's may bring 
many changes to B.H.S, 
but never a replacement for 
teachers. The students 
would never allow it. 





Mrs. Rainis explains the finer 
points of French cuisine while a 
famished Dave Boschetto 
looks on. 



TEACHERS 87 




88 TEACHERS 




Sandra Maczko 

Early Childhood Education, Home 

Economics 

Virginia Malouin 

School Nurse 

Beverly Marklis 

Secretary 



Benjamin Maxwell 

English 

John McCarthy 

Program Administrator, English 
Jean Mehrle 

Foreign Language 



Jean Miele 

Mathematics 
Eugene Milliken 

English 

Bruce Morse 

Audio Visual 



Barbara O'Neil 

Secretary 

Pat O'Shaughnessy 

Secretary 
Leonard Palmer 

Science 



Irene Parker 

METCO Coordinator 
Floriano Pavao 

Program Director. Foreign Language 
Patricia Pellegrini 

Social Studies 



Robert Petrillo 

Physical Education 
Anthony Pilla 

Art 

Walter Powers 

English 



Mrs. DiClemente is shocked by Mr McCar- 
thy's revelations about cafeterias in America. 






Mr. Sabourin begs his students for enthusi- 
asm. Who wouldn't be enthusiastic about 
math? 



TEACHERS 89 



Mr. Spinosa ponders the difficul- 
ties of nineteenth century Ameri- 
can life, for lack of a better phrase. 



A Brief History of Education 




In the beginning, people 
were uneducated. They 
lived in caves, played with 
rocks, and didn't know 
what fire was. They 
couldn't even figure out 
that round wheels give a 
smoother ride than square 
ones. Humanity was in a 
state of vegetation. 

Then, out of nowhere, by 
the good graces of some- 
one, or something, the first 
teacher was given to man- 
kind. Of course this new 
professor was no Mr. Spin- 
osa, but everything has to 
start somewhere. The new 
teacher drilled the prehis- 



toric men in the fine art of 
masonry, firebuilding, and 
the physics of the coeffi- 
cients of friction for round 
wheels as compared to 
square ones. Humanity has 
doubled its IQ. WE now can 
learn Spinosa lingo, how to 
be enthused for Mr. Sa- 
bourin, and how to play 
contraceptive bingo. 

Where would we be with- 
out teachers? In all likeli- 
hood we would be living in 
split level caves, driving 
square-wheeled cars, and 
vegetating. We have come 
a long way thanks to our 
educators. 




Mr. Stephenson discovers the meaning of 
life and tells a bad joke about it. So what 
else is new? 



90 TEACHERS 




Denise Rainis 

Foreign Language 
John Reynolds 
Social Studies 
Michael Rinaldi 
Industrial Arts 
Paula Rochefort 
Secretary 
Marjorie Rull 
Foreign Language 



Armand Sabourin 

Mathematics 
Deborah Sakelakos 

Science 

Deborah Savarino 

Special Education 
Sandy Shay 
Mathematics 
Huberta Sorgi 

Music 



Pat Spinosa 

Program Administrator, Soc. St. 

Eleanor Stanley 

Secretary 

Loretta Stead 

Mathematics 

Richard Stephenson 

Program Administrator, Mathematics 

John Sullivan 

Social Studies 



Calvin Tingley 

Program Administrator. Science 
Lawrence Ullmann 

Science 

Caroll Walcott 

Reading 
Myra Wrye 

Secretary 

Not Pictured: Renel Frederiksen 

Mathematics 



What would life be like without subs? 

French teacher Ms. Mehrle scolds her 
students on their French-speaking 
abilities. 



TEACHERS 91 




"Sports? When I think of Bedford's ^ 
sports, I have to admit that the only li^/ 
thing that comes to my mind is ' 
greatness." 

^ -Ken Dougherty 




LLENGE 





SPORTS 93 




"Considering the 
injuries that we had 
to deal with, I think 
we did well." 

-Sean Wilson 



Westford 
Boston Latin 
Lincoln-Sudbury 
Acton-Boxborough 
Wayland 
Newton Soutli 
Weston 
Dracut 

Archbishop Williams 
Concord 

Season Record: 1-9 



Captains Rich Fedeie and Lennox Chase set up a play during practice 
with the help of Steve Mead. 

Jon Hamby. Sean Wilson, Keith Farmer, Tim McNeany, Pete Shamon. 
and Chris McCune go wild with glee after an impressive play. 





Players Run Amok But 

STICK TOGETHER 



The football team had 
high hopes for the sea- 
son. Yet, no one could 
have predicted the terrible trage- 
dy that occurred in the season- 
opening game. The Bucs were 
doing well in the first half. Then, 
senior running back Mike Jarvis 
sustained a season-ending injury. 
Many thought that this loss would 
be fatal to the team, but they 
kept their spirits high and made 
their way through a losing but no- 
ble season. 

With captains Jarvis, Lennox 
Chase, Rich Fedeie, and Sean 
Wilson, the team was able to 
beat Weston. Fedeie usually 
played at the helm handing off to 
running back Angel Andrews, 
Keith Farmer, and fullback 



Chase. Fedele's favorite receiver 
throughout the season was tight 
end Wilson. 

Franklin Cotton and Steve 
Mead also were receivers. Reggie 
Kenon and Dwayne Sharpe could 
be seen in the backfield. With the 
expertise of punter Andrews, one 
of the best in the DCL, and Tim 
McNeany handling the kickoffs, 
the team was in pretty good 
shape. Linebackers Marcus Ken- 
nedy and Jon Hamby contribut- 
ed their great skill and their expe- 
rience and were vital to their 
positions. "Although we did not 
taste victory as many times as we 
would have liked, I'm proud of 
how the team stuck together," 
remarked Coach Sabourin. 




Coaches Petrillo. Sabourin. and Campbell give advice to the team just 
before a game against Weston which they won. 



94 FOOTBALL 



Speedy Keith Farmer looks back in disbelief after outrunning 
his opponent by a long stretch. 



Captain Rich Fedele holds the ball straight while Jon Hamby 
practices his kicking skills. 



The mennbers of the 
freshman football team 
were great athletes. Front 
Row: Pat Lewis, Matt 
Balling. Chip Mcfield, Teri 
Ciccone, John Wooland. 
Middle Row: Coach 
Mulligan, Dave Lord, Scott 
Kleekamp, John Ginn, 
Kevin Wallace, Mike 
Dodge, Colin Ross, Coach 
Kirkpatrlck. Back Row: 
Tony Johnson, Matt 
Demcy, Ernest Thomas, 
Daniel Galvan, Kevin 
Bailey, Paul Stone. 




These outstanding football players were on the varsity team. Front Row: Namyere Reynolds, Phil Poor, 
Chris McCune, Captain Mike Jarvis, Captain Sean Wilson, Captain Rich Fedele. Franklin Cotton, Dwayne 
Sharpe, Dana Parks. Middle Row: Coach Campbell, Pete Shamon, Ron Giscombe. Sean Linehan, Mike 
Blasi, Jon Hamby, Keith Farmer, John Lyden, Phil Blaisdell, Mike Huffman. Angel Andrews, Coach 
Sabourin. Back Row: Coach Petrillo, Brian Grof, Charlie Bowen, Bryan Jansen, Mark Minassian, Steve 
Mead, Marcus Kennedy, Tim McNeany, Reggie Kenon, Jason Chisholm. Darren Feldman. Not Pictured: 
Captain Lennox Chase and Manager Russell Schellhous. 



95 FOOTBALL 



Aided by Cara Swenson, Holly Stockdale fights her opponent for 
control of the ball so she can pass it to a nearby teammate. 

During the remaining moments before the field hockey game starts. 
Coach G, gathers her team to wish them good luck. 

Exhibiting great skill, Carolyn Sarno saves yet another goal for the 
field hockey team. 




96 FIELD HOCKEY 



Jen Cohen and Cara Swenson battle it out 
with their unworthy opponent. 



Demonstrating her incredible ability, Lynnette 
Blanchard scores a point for Bedford. 



Chrissy Cronin, Ami Bowen, and their 
teammates prepare to steal the ball from the 

other team. 



- 




Rah-Rah-Ree, Hit'um 

In The Knee!!! 



This year the Bed- 
ford Varsity Field 
Hockey team 
proved to themselves and 
to the rest of the school 
that they were capable of 
being a powerful force in 
the league. Although the 
team experienced a lot of 
bumps along the way, they 
now know that with extra 
effort and enthusiasm they 
are truly a winning team. 
This year, the team was 
honored to have three ex- 
tremely talented captains. 
Chrissy Cronin, and Court- 
ney Eagles were forwards, 
while Ami Bowen was a full- 
back. Asked about the sea- 
son, Christine Hamel re- 
plied, "This was the highest 
scoring season in years." 



The team experienced a 
memorable event, "I re- 
member when we scored 
two goals against first- 
place Weston, a truly amaz- 
ing feat," said Christine Ha- 
mel. The team also was 
proud to relate its two wins 
against Newton South. 
Without the essential roles 
played by Bowen, Cronin, 
and Eagles, the team would 
not have done nearly as 
well as it was able to do. 
They helped keep the team 
spirited, determined, and 
ready to conquer the next 
team who dared to oppose 
them. The team remained 
very dedicated even to the 
last game. Said Dave Zam- 
pese, a faithful field hockey 
game-goer, "I have never 



beheld a more spirited and 
dedicated team in my entire 
life. They are really incredi- 
ble." The coach of the var- 
sity team had similar praise 
to give the team. "I really 
appreciated the way the la- 
dies would always be at 
practice and ready to go. 
Yo Ladies, good luck in the 
future!" stated Coach "G" 
as the team calls her. 

With the season coming 
to a close, the field hockey 
team was happy to find out 
that the three captains had 
been named to the first line 
of the Dual-County All-Star 
team. Forward Amy Piet- 
chel and goalie Carolyn 
Sarno made the second 
line. 



The JV Field Hockey team was 
composed of 15 incredibly talented 
girls. Front Row: Mandy Jannis. 
Stephanie Kyvelos, Debbie Jones, Tina 
Dougherty. Middle Row: Terri Franks, 
Kristen Colliton, Stephanie Dubitzky, 
Shay Duris, Michelle Pavlas. Back Row: 
Karen Clancy, Becka Mix, Marcy 
Correia, Gretchen Ela, Beth Mofield, 
Jen Peterson. 



Varsity Field Hockey had many spirited 
girls. Front Row: Katie Putney, Amy 
Pietchel, Ami Bowen (Tri-Capt), Chrissy 
Cronin (Tri-Capt), Courtney Eagles (Tri- 
Capt), Sarah Glennon, Holly Stockdale, 
Zuzka Volicer. Middle Row: Lynnette 
Blanchard, Susanne Spencer, Carolyn 
Sarno, Kristen Pugh, Cara Swenson, 
Amy Andrade, Jen Cohen, Maureen 
Colliton. Back Row: Kerry Pignatiello. 
Christine Hamel, Erin Fehlau, Megan 
Dworshak, Rachel Meyers, Eileen 
Shaughnessy. Shari Eriich, Kerri 
McGrath, Michelle DiNisco. 



97 FIELD HOCKEY 



In Boys' Soccer, You Can... 

GET ALL YOUR KICKS 



Hi t was a very good 
year in BHS boys' 
soccer," replied Ath- 
letic Director Keith Adams. 
And indeed it was. Seniors 
Tom Lentine and Scott Albani 
were excellent players as well 
as co-captains. They led the 
team to an almost undefeated 
season. Instrumental to the in- 
credible team were various se- 
niors including Dennis Taylor, 
the top scorer of the season, 
with 21 goals. Taylor and se- 
nior Liam Hurley combined to 
form a sizzling offensive com- 
bination. In the very first game, 
senior goalie Danny Caroll 
made 15 amazing saves. 

Showing that they were a 
force to be contended with, 
the Bucs travelled to Lexing- 

The "Headless Wonder" assembles 
his team to inform them of the 
game plan 

The boys' varsity soccer team had 
some of the most talented athletes 
in the school. Front Row: Bryan 
Poole, Dennis Taylor, Tom Lentine 
(Co-capt.), Scott Albani (Co-capt.), 
Jim Hunt, Ian Glomski. Middle 
Row: Danny Carroll, Eric Berman, 
Liam Hurley, Scott Anderson, Eric 
Packer, Adam Miller, Mark Alves. 
Back Row: Dan Hunt, Mike 
Demochowski, Dave Boschetto, 
Jamie Asbedian, Dave Hunt, Mark 
Gray Josh Berman, Coach Frost. 



The JV boys' soccer team consisted 
of many potential soccer stars. 
Front Row: Dave Tobey, John 
Goodarz, John Koop, Craig Gottlieb, 
Frank Welch. Middle Row: Dave 
Brescia, Adam Udell, Pete Ansorge, 
Scott McDonald, Chris Mayer, Steve 
Clark, John Mara. Back Row: 
Coach Kwiatkowski, Mark Blako, 
Nat McAllister, Joel Tynes, Josh 
Cohen, Jason Campoli. 



ton Christian, the team that 
beat them in the '88 playoffs. 
During this exciting game, Ian 
Glomski scored bringing the fi- 
nal score to 6-0 for Bedford. In 
games following the Lexington 
Christian encounter, Jamie 
Asbedian, Mike Dimochowski, 
Hurley, and Taylor scored 
again. 

The Bucs played Chelms- 
ford where Eric Berman, Hur- 
ley, and Taylor racked up four 
points. Again Bedford was on 
a massive winning streak. Piti- 
ful Boston Latin slipped into 
town and was beaten sense- 
less by the Bucs. Jim Hunt 
played goalie so Carroll could 
rest. In on the fun of scoring 
1 1 points against BL were 
Scott Anderson and sopho- 



more sensation Dan Hunt. 
Gian Brunelleschi and Dave 
Boschetto came close. Adam 
Miller scored three and Taylor 
two. In another game against 
Concord, Mark Gray and Mark 
Alves scored. 

With such talented players, 
the community had high 
hopes for the team in States. 
Senior Tom Lentine said, "I 
really thought that we had an 
excellent chance of beating 
Masconomet." They took the 
Bucs into overtime and scored 
in sudden-death. So, the Bucs 
returned home, realizing that 
although they weren't state 
champions, this still was "their 
year." 




Mark Gray dribbles the ball 
down the field toward Boston 

Latin's goal. 




i\i» 



98 BOYS' SOCCER 



killfully outmaneuvering his opponent, co-captain Tom Lentine heads for 
the goal, making a name for Bedford's offensive game playing. 





A key player, Eric Berman, swiftly 
passes the ball to his teammate, 
setting him up for a possible goal. 












] 










"Wook had Bidfid. This is aah yiea!" 






-Scott Albani 


Lincoln-Sudbury 





BHS 2 


Wayland 





BHS 3 


Lexington Christian 





BHS 6 


Boston Latin 





BHS 7 


Weston 





BHS 5 


Concord 


4 


BHS 2 


Newton South 





BHS 7 


Lincoln-Sudbury 





BHS 2 


Chelmsford 


3 


BHS 4 


Wayland 





BHS 7 


Acton-Boiborough 


2 


BHS 3 


Boston Latin 





BHS 11 


Weston 





BHS 4 


Concord 


3 


BHS 5 


Acton-Boxborough 





BHS 


Newton South 


2 


BHS 3 


St. Mary's 


2 


BHS 1 


Masconomet 


2 


BHS 1 


Season Record: 14-3-1 





Tom Lentine and Scott Albani shake 
hands with their opponents. 

The Hunt brothers look on in awe 
as Liam Hurley ruthlessly pushes 
aside his puny opponent in order to 
get control of the ball. 



,5 



99 BOYS' SOCCER 




The members of the JV girls' 
soccer team were good sports. 
Front Row: Barb Brennen, Jen 
Rosenburg, Cindy Lenz, Christy 
Brooks. Middle Row: Katie 
Holden, Steph Cann, Anita 
Carabello. Back Row: Tasha 
Graham, Crystal Brooks, Ami 
Craig, Kim Sads, Coach 
Almodovar. 




The members of the girls' varsity 
soccer team were superb 
athletes. Front Row: Sarah 
Griffin, Julie Harley, Tri-captain 
Kristin Maddox, Tri-captain Jen 
Raffa, Tri-captain Lisa Pecora, 
Kathy McGillick, Jen Callahan. 
Middle Row: Liz Welch, Andrea 
Griffin. Marni Shea. Monica 
Hunsader. Amy Borshay, Trich 
McGovern, Joyce Carroll. Back 
Row: Jen Hanson, Cait Hurley, 
Jill Freeman, Michelle Boisvert. 
Heather Jehle, Holly Grey, Meg 
Boschetto, Laurie Sheflin, Coach 
Wilson. 




Girls' Soccer Team Always 



KICKS UP A STORM 



"L 



ooking at the record of our 
team you might think it 
wasn't too impressive," 
said tri-captain senior Kristin Mad- 
dox. "We had a weak start, but a 
good comeback," she added. Much 
of the success can be attributed to 
four freshmen, Meg Boschetto, Cait 
Hurley, Laurie Sheflin, and Jill Free- 
man. As the season progressed, 
BHS began to beat teams they lost 
to the first time around. "This was 
because we really started working 
as a whole team," commented se- 
nior tri-captain Jen Raffa. 

The offensive success was due to 
the expertise of Hurley and Raffa. 
Halfback senior tri-captain Lisa Pe- 
cora was an asset to the team as 
well. Senior Julie Harley commented 
on the captains saying, "I think that 
our captains worked really well to- 



gether. They kept the team spirit 
up." 

At the end of the season, some of 
the players were awarded special 
recognition. Hurley was awarded 
second top scorer in the DCL for her 
league goals. Including her non- 
league goals, she tied for first. Hur- 
ley, Maddox, and Raffa were also 
awarded DCL All-League Awards. 
Coach Wilson is looking forward to 
the future saying, "I'm really im- 
pressed with the team. With such an 
incredibly young and experienced 
team, I can't wait till next year. Ath- 
letic Director Keith Adams agreed 
with Wilson saying, "Yah, the girls' 
varsity soccer team is going to really 
be a force in the next couple of 
years to come. All the DCL coaches 
and teams had better watch out." 



Kristin Maddox executes a powerful 
kick, passing the ball to her teammate. 



100 GIRLS' SOCCER 




Holly Grey looks at the opposing team with an evil grin while Cait Hurley, Sarah 
Griffin, Julie Harley, and Monica Hunsader warm up before a game. 



A formidable soccer player. Gait Hurley proves 
even freshmen can be an asset to the team. 



After a tiring game, Meg Boschetto and Laurie Sheflin enlist 

the help of a little fan. 



Goalie Joyce Carroll kicks the ball to her 
teammates down the field. 



101 GIRLS' SOCCER 



Golfers Spend Their Time 

PUTTERING AROUND 



"A 



Ithough our golf record 
wasn't too impressive on 
paper, through the will 
and deternnination of the golfers, 
we ended up having a great sea- 
son," remarked Mr. Reynolds. 
The 1989 team indeed did have a 
great year, and almost qualified 
for the State tournament. Twen- 
ty-three students tried out for the 
team, including eight freshmen. 
The team was led by co-captains 
Scott Venuti and Aaron Finkles- 
tein. "Our best player was new 
this year, junior Matt O'Malley, 
who played number one for the 
Bucs all season long," related 
Venuti. Anqther key player in the 
lineup was junior Kevin Geary. 
"But I didn't do too well during 
the first few matches," mourned 
a disconsolate Geary. However, 
he came back to play number 
two for the last two matches. 

The season began with a 
match against Wayland and the 



Bucs won 7.5 to 4.5. "After that 
great victory, we fell into a slump, 
winning only one of the next five 
matches," remembered fresh- 
man Mark Mclnnis. With only one 
match left in the season, the 
Bucs needed another victory to 
qualify for the. Unfortunately, the 
weather was horrible and the 
Bucs couldn't pull off a win. 

But, the golf team had already 
proved that it was a success. The 
senior golf players, namely Nick 
Stefanidakis, Mike Giard, and 
captains Scott Venuti and Aaron 
Finklestein, will be sorely missed. 
But, thanks to a few excellent ju- 
nior players, the team might su- 
prise everyone next year. Juniors 
Joe Somerset, Chris Theophile, 
Mark Watkins, Samir Kapuria, 
Kevin Duris, Kevin Geary, and 
Sean Deardorff have proved 
themselves worthy to take the se- 
niors' places. 




The Golf Team was composed of numerous incredibly good golfers Front Row: 
Joe Somerset. Kevin Duris, Kevin Geary, Mark Watkins. Scott Venuti. Nrck 
Stefanidakis, Aaron Finklestein Middle Row: Dave Boffa. Mike Giard, Matt 
O'Malley, Chris Theophile. Samir Kapuria. Bryan Albonesi. Sean Deardorff. Dave 
Venuti, Coach Reynolds. Back Row: Todd Anderson, Mark Mclnnis, Matt McGarry, 

Mike McGarry. 

Trying to figure out how to dislodge the ball 
that they just hit into the fence, Kevin Geary, 
and Matt O'Malley wonder if they should enlist 
the help of their world-class coach 




102 GOLF 



Flashing his famous grin, Mr. Reynolds 
loads his golfers into the van. 



In the heat of an intense golf 
match, senior Mike Giard 
watches his teammates gain 
another sweeping victory. 



ft 



Wayland 4.5 
Lincoln-Sudbury 8 
Concord-Carlisle 10 
Newton South 3.5 
Lincoln-Sudbury 7.5 
Concord-Carlisle 9.5 



"Without Mr. Reynolds' 
advice, we probably 
would have made 
States." 

- Scott Venuti 



BHS 7.5 Acton-Boxborough 4.5 BHS 7.5 



BHS 4 
BHS 2 
BHS 8.5 
BHS 4.5 
BHS 2.5 



Boston Latin 3 
Wayland 5 
Newton South .5 
Boston Latin 7.5 



BHS 9 
BHS 7 
BHS 11.5 
BHS 4.5 





The Three Stooges, alias Kevin Duris, Kevin 
Geary, and Joe Somerset, line up for practice. 



Joe Somerset looks on in disbelief, discovering 
that his ball actually went into the hole. 



Looking closely at the invisible ball, 
Kevin Duris prepares to swing. 



GOLF 103 




Doing Their Best, Cheerleaders 

TWIST AND SHOUT! 



^ his was a busy year for all of 

I us cheerleaders," said Alicia 
DeLuca. They started prac- 
ticing for camp in June, and taught the 
six new girls the things that they would 
need to know. While at camp, they 
won second place in a competition. 
They excitedly cheered on the football 
and soccer teams, and had enough en- 
ergy left over to have a fundraiser 
which enabled them to buy much 
needed new uniforms. "The winter 
season was filled with even more activi- 



ty. We supported the basketball and 
hockey teams with new and improved 
cheers learned at camp," replied Jen 
Carson. The year was filled with new 
friends, new experiences and a lot of 
hard work, but they all stuck with it and 
found that they ended up having a lot 
of fun, too. "I really got to know the 
other cheerleaders better as the sea- 
sons went by. It was really great fun," 
said Kelly Callahan. Football captain 
Rich Fedele said, "They were a great 
inspiration to us." 



104 CHEERLEADERS 



Stephanie Miller and Alicia DeLuca put aside their pom 
poms to clap with spirit. 

While looking at their new corsages, Caroline Busch, Jill 
Oblas, Beth Rivinius, and Kelly Callahan joke about the 
upcoming game. 

Beginners Caroline Busch and Katie Doherty practice 
one of their more difficult routines. 




The Cheerleaders were a very spirited group of girls. Front Row: Co-captain Jill 
Oblas and Co-captain Lynne Molinari. Middle Row: Alicia DeLuca, Tara Crump 
and Suzi Ferro. Back Row: Beth Rivinius, Kelly Callahan. Stephanie fvliller, Jen 
Hanson, Stephanie Perino, Jen Carson, Caroline Busch and Katie Doherty. 



CHEERLEADERS 105 



Vin Welch, Pasquale. and Jack Geilfuss map 
out their strategy for the upcoming meet. 

Daymien Smith completes his third lap around 
the track during practice 

While stretching out before practice. Cheryl 
Koenig, Rachel Campbell, and Timo Bengs 
share a joke 




I- 



"Cross<ountry was a very rewarding experi- 
ence contributing to not only my physical 
stamina, but also my character." 







•Cheryl Koenig 


Wayland 


40 - 


BHS 


22 


Concord 


28 ■ 


BHS 


27 


Newton S. 


32 - 


BHS 


28 


Weston 


32 - 


BHS 


28 


Lincoln- 








Sudbury 


28 - 


BHS 


27 


Boston Latin 


-forfeit- 





Acton- 

Boxborougti 27 



BHS 28 




X-Country Runners Always Hj^ 

KEEP IT IN STRIDE a 



The season began for the 
cross-country team with 
many changes. The run- 
ners didn't let this stop them. It 
brought another coach to the 
team, Barry Dyment. Comment- 
ing on the new coach, Daymien 
Smith replied," Coach Dyment 
was a successful and well-liked 
coach." Cheryl Koenig added, 
"He pushed us to excellence and 
effectively narrowed the gap be- 
tween the girls and boys." 

Injuries to two key runners ear- 
ly in the season, Amy Wojnar and 
Chris Welch, left a large void for 
the team to fill. Although the ten 



boys worked hard to fill the 
space, they never fully recovered. 
The girls were a small team with 
only two members, Wojnar and 
Koenig. With Wojnar injured, 
Koenig was the only female for 
Bedford for most of the season. 

"Every runner improved in his 
or her ability and did a com- 
mendable job in representing 
Bedford," said senior Co-captain 
Brad Geilfuss. Added senior Co- 
captain Cheryl Koenig, "Each 
runner, through his spirit, sports- 
manship, and style was an impor- 
tant link in the chain that made 
up the team." 




106 X-COUNTRY 



At the sound of the gun, dedicated runners Jack Geilfuss. Chris 
Blondin and Daymien Smith take off. ready to win the race. 



Senior Co-captain Brad Geilfuss concentrates hard on improving his 
running skills for a difficult upcoming meet against Weston. 

Racing speedily around the track for the fourth time in a row, junior 
Chris Blondin leaves all his competition far behind. 



An injured key member of the team, Chris Welch shows his 
team spirit to the disbelief of Brad Geilfuss. 





There were twelve splendid athletes on the X-Country Running team. Front 
Row: Timo Bengs, Cheryl Koenig (Co-captain), Scott Granowifz, Jack 
Geilfuss Middle Row: Joe Poulin, Chris Blondin, Amy Wojnar, John 
Paschowitz. Back Row: Rachel Campbell, Mike Brogan, Daymien Smith, 
Vinnie Welch, Coach Dyment. Not pictured: Co-captain Brad Geilfuss, 
Chris Welch. 



>- 



107 X-COUNTRY 




Boys Shoot Some Baskets 

AND HAVE A BALL 



During a troublesome play by Bedford, senior Sean Wilson rushes m tj 
take control of the game, while Mike Giard tries to keep the bai 

During a time out with a game against Weston, varsity team member; 

conspire with their coach 1 



Basketball: The steady 
pounding rhythm of the 
ball, the overwhelnning 
roar of the crowd, the pulsating 
feeling of adrenaline pumping 
through your veins, and a height- 
ened sense of victory. A basket- 
ball player experiences all of 
these characteristics when he 
plays. This year, the team was 
extremely successful. Co-cap- 
tains Tom Lentine and Liam Hur- 
ley brought the team to victory 
time and time again. Hurley, 
dubbed "The Iceman" by the 
newspapers, was impressive 
throughout the season. Coach 
Richard MacLeod of Acton-Box- 
borough spoke of Hurley's come- 
back over Concord-Carlisle, 
"What a great finish that was. 
Hurley was something at that foul 
line." With the help of other tal- 
ented members, the captains 
had a great time beating other 
teams. 




The up and coming members of the Boys' 
JV Basketball Team were very talented as 
well as very dedicated players. Front 
Row: Byron Strickland. Chris Theophile. 
Jamie Asbedian, and Kyle Gelormini. 
Back Row: Chris Alessi, David Went- 
worth, John Ginn. Jared Carlson. John 
tvlara. and Cameron Demby. 

Poised for perfection. Dennis Taylor 
shoots the ball, bringing BHS to victory. 



Another player, Dennis Taylor, 
known as "Deadly Target- 
shooter," was instrumental to the 
team. Taylor averaged 18.8 
points a game and was the 
DCL's leading scorer. Speaking 
of the great success of this year, 
Taylor remarked, "We've lost a 
lot of games during the past few 
years and it really gets to you. I'm 
glad that we're winning now." 

Seniors Sean Wilson, Carl 
Szczesniak, Scott Albani, and 
Mike Giard played well for Bed- 
ford and made many contribu- 
tions. Fortunately for the team, 
there will be four returning play- 
ers: juniors Jeff Jones, Dave 
Zampese, and Dave Boschetto 
will be back as well as freshman 
Jared Carlson. 

The 1990 team tied with New- 
ton South for the DCL title, with 
Dennis Taylor being named MVP 
of the league. The "Miracle 
Bucs" did a great job represent- 
ing Bedford. 




108 BOYS' BASKETBALL 



Although Scott Albani is surrounded by the 
opposition, it will not stop him trom shooting. 





"The determination that we 
showed this season was 
reflected in our record. 
"Miracle Bucs" was 
unacceptable." 
-"Moose" Carl Szczesnlak 



Lexington Christian 


54 


BHS 


68 


Wayland 


55 


BHS 


58 


Hudson 


40 


BHS 


65 


North Middlesex 


45 


BHS 


56 


Westford 


63 


BHS 


72 


Concord 


68 


BHS 


70 


Weston 


58 


BHS 


80 


Acion-Boxborough 


35 


BHS 


42 


Lincoln-Sudbury 


42 


BHS 


62 


Boston Latin 


55 


BHS 


60 


Wayland 


54 


BHS 


41 



Season Record: 10-1 



Lool<ing for a way to get the ball 
down the court to score, senior 
Dennis Taylor dribbles as he tries 
to find a way out. 

Going for the extra point, senior 
co-captain Liam Hurley 
demonstrates "poetry in motion" 
as he shoots a basket. 





With all the timing and power of a well-oiled 
machine, the Boys' Varsity Basketball Team had 
an impressive season. Front Row: Sean Wilson Co- 
captain Tom Lentine, Co-captain Liam Hurley, and 
Dennis Taylor. Back Row: Jeff Jones, Scott Albani, 
Dave Zampese, Mike Giard, DaveBoschetto, Jared 
Carlson, and Coach Greenwood. 




These students made up the Freshman Basketball 
Team. Front Row: Matt McGarry, Todd 
Anderson, Teri Ciccone. Dunk. Chop N. Broccolli. 
and Dick Dunn. Middle Row: Bryan Albonesi. 
Sean Christie, Kevin Bailey, Domonique Wilkins. 
Wayne Gretsky, Paul Stone, David Venuti, and 
Colin Ross. Back Row: Mike McGarry, John 
Woolard, Michael Jordan, Bill Broccolli, Don Juan, 
David Lord, and Mike Dodge. 



Wondering if the basketball that senior Liam Hurley 
just threw will go into the basket, seniors Dennis 
Taylor, Sean Wilson, and Scott Albani hope for some 
more points for Bedford. 



BOYS' BASKETBALL 109 



Whether they won or lost, the Girls' Varsity Basketball Team members prevailed 
victoriously. Front Row: Cheryl Koenig, Co-captain Lisa Pecora. Co-captain 
Carolyn Sarno. and Bn Kuhr Middle Row: Anita Bumann, Cait Hurley. Uli Kuhr. 

Jen Hansen, and Darrell Russell Back Row: Kathy McGillick, Tncia McGovern, 
Sarah Griffin, Kim Mello, Solveig Naundorf, Denise Proudfoot, and Coach Sullivan, 




Girls Say, That's the Way 

THE BALL BOUNCES 



Hearts pound. Suspense is 
in the air. The final five 
seconds of the girls' varsi- 
ty basketball game have come. 
They shoot-and miss. There is a 
winner, but it is not Bedford. Un- 
fortunately for the BHS girls, 
games ended like this more often 
than not. But with the encourage- 
ment from their coach, fvlaureen 
Sullivan, the girls learned a lot 
and had a lot of fun. 

Senior co-captains Lisa Peco- 
ra and Carolyn Sarno helped pull 
the team through the hard times. 
On the brighter side, the team 
was quite fortunate to have three 
German Exchange students join 
them. Sophomore Uli Kuhr, junior 
Solveig Naundorf, and senior Bri 
Kuhr were "tremendous athletes, 
excellent students, and a joy to 
coach," according to Sullivan. 

Three freshmen made the 
team and were very good play- 
ers. Cait Hurley had as high a 
scoring record as any girl in the 
DCL. Darrell Russell and Jen 
Hansen were also exceptional 
during games. 

Since the turnout was small, 
the JV team was combined into 



one varsity team. Seniors Kathy 
McGillick, Sarah Griffin, and 
Cheryl Koenig were valuable 
players. But, the highlight of the 
team was a junior named Tricia 
McGovern, McGovern, usually a 
guard, could often been seen 
playing other positions as it was 
needed. The versatile junior ex- 
celled in playing center and for- 
ward. With her expertise, the 
team was able to pull off a few 
victories. 

Coach Maureen Sullivan 
summed up the season by re- 
marking, "These players had a 
tough time all throughout the 
season, but, I'm happy to say, 
none of them ever gave up. This 
was one of the most dedicated 
teams that I've ever had the plea- 
sure of coaching". Solveig Naun- 
dorf added, When I tried out for 
the team, I was glad that I made 
it. I had never played basketball 
before in my life, and although it 
was quite a challenge to learn the 
rules and skills of the game, I had 
a lot of fun. We all did." Bri Kuhr 
said, "I had also never played 
basketball before, but everyone 
was nice to me." 



1 10 GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




b 



Senior Bri Kuhr, one of the three 
Gernnan Exchange students on the 
team this year, is determined not to let 
the other two players block her shot. 



Kim Mello leaps high above her Newton South 
opponents to increase Bedford's margin of victory. 

Receiving the ball, Jen Hansen takes advantage of 
the open court and races down to shoot a basket. 

Unable to get passed the defense of junior Tricia 
McGovern, a N-S player is rendered helpless. 



I' 






"We had a small team 
this year but playing 
was fun." 
-Tricia McGovwn 



Newton South 

Concord-Carlisle 

Weston 

Acton-Boxborough 
Lincoln-Sudbury 
Boston Latin 
Wayland 
Brighton 
Bromfield 
Arlington Catholic 
Wayland 



43 BHS 

56 BHS 
46 BHS 
40 BHS 
62 BHS 
64 BHS 

57 BHS 
26 BHS 
56 BHS 
60 BHS 
60 BHS 



41 
42 
62 
35 
31 
45 
47 
53 
55 
50 
45 



Season Record: 2-9 



Senior Co-captain Lisa 
Pecora sends the ball on its 
way to the hoop, much to the 
dismay of her opponent. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 1 1 1 



Members of the BHS Ski Team 

ALWAYS THINK SNOW 



Where would you be on a cold, 
rainy day in January? Even 
when there isn't any snow in 
sight, the brave members of the Ski Team 
dare to leave BHS every day and hit the 
slopes. After getting in shape through 
strenuous dryland workouts, the team 
started practice on snow at Nashoba Val- 
ley and the Weston Ski Touring Center. 
With the help of coaches Kim Merrick and 
Scott Shubert, the downhill team im- 
proved its performance in the gates. 

Erin Fehlau placed high in the four al- 
pine races with Lynnette Blanchard and 
Diana Ricci also racing well. Josh Berman 
and Jonathan Hamby were top finishers 
on the team as well as in the league. 
Junior Sean Deardorf and captains Nick 
Stefanidakis and Eric Berman finished 
neck to neck in every cross-country race. 

The girls' team led by Captains Eileen 
Shaughnessy and Holly Grey benefitted 
from the addition of many new racers in- 
cluding Anita Caraballo, Cindy Lenz, and 
Kitty Rosewall. Eric Berman and Eileen 
Shaughnessy skied aggressively in both 
downhill and cross-country in order to 
compete for the league Skimeister 



awards. 

The downhill team will always remem- 
ber seeing Josh Berman rearrange the 
course by plowing through a rut, and Cin- 
dy Lenz recalls, "I took out Kim while 
skiing the course." Fond memories of the 
cross-country team include playing ski 
tag during practice and cheering #823 on 
to the finish line. 

Senior Kitty Rosewall exclaimed. "Ski- 
ing is fun. I've met a lot of people this 
season." Many times throughout the sea- 
son, the ski team had to practice in terri- 
ble weather. Eric Berman said, "I remem- 
ber one time when it was snowing really 
hard. Then it started to sleet. I almost 
died." 

But, the coaches praised the ski team 
saying, "We're really proud of the pro- 
gress that these kids have made through- 
out the season. They are some of the 
most dedicated students we've coached. 
We're very proud of them." 

Even the Athletic Director, Keith Ad- 
ams, put in a word for them saying, "The 
Ski Team did an excellent job of repre- 
senting Bedford High in the DCL. They 
should be very proud of themselves." 




The members of the Ski Team were avid snow-lovers Front Row: John Goodarz. Mike Huffman, 
Jonathan Hamby, Coach Kim Merrick, Erin Fehlau. Eileen Shaughnessy. and Diana Ricci. Back Row: 
Dave Holtzman, Zach Keeting, Coach Scott Shubert, Cindy Lenz, Anita Caraballo. Gian 
Brunelleschi.Nick Stefanidakis, Amy Wojnar, Sean Deardorff. Holly Grey, and Kitty Rosewall Not 
Pictured: Lynnette Blanchard, Michelle Boisvert, Cynthia Primmerman, Eric Berman, Josh Berman. Mike 
Kwiatkowski, Dave Gersh, Teri Ciccone. Ian Glomski, Dwayne Sharpe, Timo Bengs, Francis Mitchell, 

and Graham Morehead. 




Diana Ricci is glad to be off the course and 
free-skiing in a winter wonderia 



1 12 SKIING 



Dedicated skier Zach Keeting shows perfect fc 
in his run through the gal 




enior co-captain Eric Berman looks up from 
ie paper he's reading, completely shocked 
lat his racing results were so fantastic. 



Cindy Lenz smiles victoriously after cruising 
through another downhill race. 



SKIING 1 13 



The BHS Swimmers Finally 

TAKE THE PLUNGE! 



The swimmers step up to the 
block. Some are nervous and 
fidgeting around and others 
stare down their lane with a sort of 
glazed look in their eyes. Then, they 
dive into the water. 

This was not a banner year for the 
swim team. Only three new members 
joined and many old members did not 
return. The team was sorely lacking in 
depth. In other words, despite efforts 
by all the swimmers, there were just 
not enough bodies to produce victories 
that were so deserved. 

The year began with a disappointing 
loss to Newton South. But optimism 
returned after the meet with Milford, a 
close call but a victory nonetheless. 
The rest of the season was unfortu- 
nately unmemorable. Even with several 
stupendous performances, the compe- 



tition was just too powerful or too big 
to overcome. Unfortunately, there 
were many people on the swim team 
that were unable to swim because of 
chronic illness. 

While the team fell to most of its 
opponents, the swimmers never lost 
their sense of humor or their determi- 
nation. Personal records were broken 
and surpassed. The new team mem- 
bers met the wonderful swimming facil- 
ities at the Tech and old members re- 
newed their acquaintances with them. 
It wasn't a successful year, but it was a 
unique one. 

Valiant efforts were made by all of 
the swimmers and that earned them 
much respect. With the efforts of sev- 
eral team members, Bedford placed 
sixth in the coed state meet. 




The illustrious swimmers had a productive season. Front Row: Linda Zimmer, Rich Axtell. Jenn 
Ashe, Captain Aaron Finkelstein, Melissa Ferro. and Seema Tiku. Middle Row: Coach Maczo. 
Scott Byam. Alex Freeman, Brian Fehlau. Megan Dworshak, Kristen Larsen. and Coach Powers. 
Back Row: Lynna Blasioli, Frank Welch, Liz Welch, Krystin Carpenter, and Jill Freeman. 



1 14 SWIMMING 



Hi! 



1 



Freshman sensation Jill Freeman demonstrates the correct 
technique for starting a race. 

The Bedford swimmers get on their marks, get set, and go. 
hoping for a win. 






HIGH " 





















"If you swim the 500 for ^ 






f] 




me. I II do the 200 IM lor _^^M 










you." 












-Lynna Blasioli 






Newton South 


108 


BHS 73 


Lincoln-Sudbury 100 BHS 


62 


Milford 


63 


BHS 98 


Boston Latin 82 BHS 


84 


Weston 


90 


BHS 70 


Acton-Boxborough 127 BHS 


75 


Dover Sherborn 


97 


BHS 67 


Concord-Carlisle 104 BHS 


68 


Leominster 


78 


BHS 59 


Season Record: 2-5 





So this is what the swim team does when 
they're supposed to be practicing. 

Coach Powers, Krystin Carpenter and Liz 
Welch plan their invincable diving strategy. 



Rich Axtell, Jill Freeman, and Alex Freeman are the only ones 
willing to be seen with the swim team banner. 



SWIMMING 1 15 



Mark Gray uses a last bit of energy to 
push ahead of his opponent in the 40. 





X 






i 


%■ 

»' 




1 



Always A Stride Ahead, 

TRACKERS KICK IN 



Here it is. Finally there's 
a sport that is ditferent 
from the rest. No long- 
er are you dribbling, throwing, 
or kicking a sphere-knocking 
over and dodging blockers 
and then tossing it into a goal. 
There are no goal posts, you 
can't slamdunk a shot-put, 
you can't slapshot a discus, 
and you can't (don't want to) 
catch a javelin. 

Track is a sport that com- 
bines other sports. Among 
them are the shot put, the high 
jump, pole vault, various 
sprints and relays, hurdles... 
"Track is the greatest. It at- 
tracts such a variety of ath- 
letes," said Coach Dougherty. 

This year, the girls worked 
hard. Too small to be scored 
officially, they were also a bit 
disappointed. "We took it seri- 
ously, but the refs put us at the 
bottom of their lists. It was al- 
most like we weren't there," 
cried sophomore Barb Bren- 
nan. But, Amy Harley replied, 
"It's something to do. It keeps 
you in shape if you don't want 



to ski or swim." 

The boys enjoyed much 
success. As usual, Chris Blon- 
din ran the mile with a great 
time. Keith Farmer equalled 
the school record for the 40 
with 4.7 seconds. Mike Jarvis 
performed well in the high 
jump as well as in the 45 hur- 
dles. The infamous shot puters 
included Sean Wilson, Tim 
McNeany, Jon Hamby, as well 
as tri-captain Lennox Chase. 
Nadav Kupiec and Brad Geil- 
fuss were the other two cap- 
tains and always did well. Out- 
standing in the 600 and the 40 
was Ken Dougherty. Junior 
Dave Zampese did well in the 
high jump. 

"Looking at the personal 
bests, everyone contributed; 
whether we scored or not," re- 
membered Coach Dougherty. 
Looking back, senior captain 
of the girls' track team, Sarah 
Griffin, remembered, "Track 
was a really great sport to par- 
ticipate in. There are so many 
different events to choose 
from that it's great." 



1 16 WINTER TRACK 



The infamous Boy's Track Team Front Row: Joe Poulin. tri-captain 
Nadav Kupiec, tri-captain Brad Geilfuss, and Jack Geilfuss. Middle 
Row: Mark Gallant, Josh Clarke, Matt Ross, and John Paschkewitz, 
Back Row: Chris Blondin. Keith Farmer. Tim McNeany. Jon Hamby, 
and Mike Jarvis. Not Pictured: Tri-captain Lennox Chase, Mark 
Gray, Ken Dougherty, and Sean Wilson. 



The Girls' Track Teann. Front Row: Stephanie Cann, Kinn 
Sands, and Ann Craig. Back Row: Amy Harley, Katie Holden, 
Rachel Campbell, and Amy Wojnar Not Pictured: Captain 
Sarah Griffin and Andrea Griffin. 





Straightening himself out, t^ike Jarvis sails 
high above the bar, showing the avi/esome 
height he can get by clearing the bar at 5'4. 

Picking up the pace. Josh Clarke hopes to 
pick up a few points for Bedford. 

Invincible from the start, Ken Dougherty and 
Brad Geilfuss plan to win the 600. 



Stretching out and warming up their legs. Barb Brennan, 
Amy Harley, and Katie Holden discuss their upcoming race. 



WINTER TRACK 1 17 



Goalie Dave Pease displays great hockey dedication 
as he falls to the ground, ready to block a shot. 

Trying desperately to find the missing puck, 
fearsome Rob Ahern struggles with his opponent. 





"We've got 
great defense 
now we need 

goals 

-Pete Shamon 



A 



East Boston 
Newton Soutli 
Acton-Boxborougti 
East Boston 
Shawstieen Tecli 
Boston Latin 
Lincoln-Sudbury 
Newton Soutli 
Concord 

Acton-Boxborough 



4 

5 
11 
3 
6 

12 
8 
5 
9 
9 



Season Record: 



BHS 
BHS 
BHS 
BHS 
BHS 
BHS 
BHS 
BHS 
BHS 
BHS 
2-7-1 



Ivlatt O Malley looks while his opponent gams controi 
and wishes he could bash him with his stick. 

After a tiring game, Scott O'Brien and Steve Mead 
look discouraged by their loss. 



1 18 HOCKEY 





V 





Speeding down the ice, Steve Mead brings the puck into the opposite 
territory as he charges in a valiant attempt at instant stardonn. 

Players Todd Melvin and Mike Serra fight over the puck with their 
opponent. 



The fearless puck slapping Hockey Team was made up of many mean and lean boys. Front 
Row: Assistant Captain Scott O'Brien, Captain Steve Ivlead, and Assistant Captain Pete 
Stiamon. Second Row: l^att Stein, Mike Serra, Dave Isabella, Dennis Sullivan, Ivan Wood, and 
Dave Pease. Third Row: Mike Anderson, Phil Blaisdell, Rob Ahern, Todd Nelson, Barry 
Urquhart, Ivlike O'lvtalley, Todd Melvin, and tvlark Boisverf. Back Row: Assistant Coach 
Donahue, Ivlr. C, and Coach Griffiths. 




"PUCKER UP" 

And Stick It To'Um 



Oww! That hurts! Watch 
where you're hitting, mis- 
ter. I need to find a new 
job. This one's too painful. How 
would you like to be snnacked 
around on a cold, slippery floor 
by a giant monster with blades 
on his feet? Take it from me, 'Se- 
bash'-tian the puck, it's pretty 
torturous. Boy, does the BHS 
hockey team know how to slap 
me around. 

Headed by Coach Griffiths and 
Assistant Coach Donahue, the 
IceBucs got off to a flying start 
with a win over East Boston. At 
the half-way point in the season, 
Captain Steve Mead was leading 
the team in scoring, shots on 
goal, and penalty minutes. 

Assistant Captains Pete Sha- 
mon and Scott O' Brian proved 
themselves to be hard-hitting and 
dedicated hockey players. Goalie 
Dave Pease, whom Griffiths has 
often claimed is the best in the 
league, played a great season in 
the net, frustrating opposing 
players with his quick saves, and 
helping his teammates with his 
warning, "Man On!" 

Bedford's first line was made 
up of Rob Ahern, Matt O'Malley, 



and Todd Melvin. Both Ahern 
and O'Malley displayed their 
puck-handling abilities during 
games. Melvin was always ready 
to sacrifice his body, (or the body 
of whomever he checked) for the 
team. 

The second line consisted of 
rugged Pete Shamon, sopho- 
more Ivan Wood, and quick-skat- 
ing Dave Isabelle. Steve Mead, 
Scott O'Brien, Dennis Sullivan, 
and Mike Serra threatened all at- 
tacking players with crunching 
checks. Matt Stein showed re- 
markable promise in his first year 
playing goal. 

Griffiths said. "Guys, I think 
you should be proud of your- 
selves. You played super." 

As the season went on, the 
IceBucs improved much more. 
Junior Pete Shamon remembers. 
"About half-way through the 
season, we played a game 
against Lincoln-Sudbury. They'd 
heard about our losing streak 
and they thought that it would be 
really easy to beat us. But, we 
played incredibly well that game 
and L-S had to struggle to beat 
us. They knew they were playing 
real hockey." 



HOCKEY 1 19 



Rifle Team Members Like Life In 

THE FIRING LINE 



"A 



re there any last re- 
quests before we 
execute you?" 
"No, I don't need anything. 
I hear that your firing squad 
is so bad that they couldn't 
even hit the broadside of a 
barn." "Sorry, you nnust be 
confusing this squad with 
another school. We're the 
Bedford Buccaneers Rifle 
Team. Now, shall we be- 
gin?" "Uh... wait. ..come to 
think of it, I do have one 
request. I'd like to read Mel- 
ville's Moby Dick. " 

For the past few years, 
the rifle team has had the 
dynasty within the sport. 
How have they managed to 
hold on to this accomplish- 
ment? As Brian Seidman 



explains, "It's all psycho- 
logical, especially the moti- 
vational techniques: posi- 
tive thinking and guided 
thought patterns are things 
that are priceless when it 
comes to applying them to 
daily life." 

With Coach Wilga, the 
team continues to domi- 
nate. In a match with Glo- 
cester, Brian Seidman shot 
164 points in the prone po- 
sition. Chris Hirsch got 72 
points in the offhand posi- 
tion. Freshman Brian Dro- 
han had the team's third 
highest score with 93. And, 
Eric Young, the best all- 
around shooter on the 
team, came up with 150 
points. 



This year, the rifle team 
had a great season. They 
creamed many of the teams 
that they played. Chris 
Hirsch replied, "It was real- 
ly great when we were able 
to beat the teams by a long 
stretch. We will probably 
dominate the sport for a 
long time." Like in many 
years past, the members of 
this year's team are very 
proud of their accomplish- 
ments. Senior Eric Packer 
proudly exclaimed, "We've 
really come a long way this 
year. Everyone contri- 
buted." 

With exceptional power 
like this, how could they 
miss? 



"Athough we 
had a loss, 
we'll win 
Stales '■ 
-Eric Packer 



Gloucester 


727 


BHS 


781 


New Bedford 


742 


BHS 


775 


Braintree 


881 


BHS 


800 


Maiden 


849 


BHS 


902 


Gloucester 


862 


BHS 


708 


New Bedford 


718 


BHS 


847 



Season Record: 5-1 




A proud headless Bedford High School Rifle 
Team member models his sweatshirt, depicting 
the 88 -89' State Championship 



Trying to shoot as many "bulls" as possible. Ken 
Chen practices in the prone position 



120 RIFLE 



The explosive Rifle Team had good shooters. Front 
Row: Ken Chen, Captain Brian Seidman, and Kevin 
Duris. Back Row: Chris Hirsch, Brian Drohan, Eric 
Packer, Eric Young, Rich Parnell, and Coach Wilga. 





Trying to impress senior Eric Packer, senior Ken Chen and juniors Kevin Duris and 
Chris Hirsch practice their different methods of shooting their rifles. 

With severely practiced concentration, captain Brian 
Seidman squeezes the trigger of his rifle and feels the 
effects of the long shooting session in the prone position, 
which he knows will help his score in the next match. 



RIFLE 121 



The Girls' Volleyball Team Enjoys 

SLAMMING FOR SUCCESS 



The newly-formed 
girls' volleyball en- 
joyed a season of 
complete success. Found- 
ed by Mary Atkinson, the 
team went undefeated 
throughout the whole sea- 
son. Although they were 
not considered a varsity 
sport because of the first 
year, the team overwhelm- 
ingly beat North Reading, 
seeded second in their 
league. 

The team was honored to 
have three great German 
players, Solveig Naundorf, 
Bri and UN Kuhr. Coach 



Hammond spoke of the 
team's great and sudden 
success, "The team has 
worked really hard every 
day and it shows. Not many 
teams do so well in their 
first year of existence." 
Carol Martin and Mary At- 
kinson set for the team, 
while Solveig and the Kuhrs 
were the main force in the 
spiking positions. 

Toward the end of the 
season, the boys' varsity 
soccer team challenged the 
girls to a match. During the 
entire week before the 
game, many students wa- 



gered bets as to what the 
outcome of the game would 
be. With many fans cheer- 
ing them on, the girls-vs- 
boys game began. After a 
few minutes, it was all over 
for the boys. The volleyball 
team had overwhelmingly 
beat them in two games, 
15-6 and 15-8. One of the 
fans said. "Well, at least 
they can play soccer." 

After such an incredible 
season, the returning mem- 
bers of the team are excited 
about the upcoming sea- 
son. "Since our team is 
young we should do well," 
said Becky Rosenberg. 




Front Row:Mary Atkinson (Co-capt.). MiddM 
Row: Diana Ricci, Jane Atkinson, Bri Kuhr (Co| 
capt ), Sabrina Robinson, Rachel Pollock Bad] 
Row: Saprina Harris. Solveig Naundorf, Becky Rol 
senberg, Karen Hocker. Carol Martin, Uli Kuhr. 





"Bui Coach. I cm t hit the floor, or 
ete( mjf knecpKh sill (et dirty." 
Br< KiAr 



r 



Wins 



Losses 



Trying her best to save the ball. Carol l^artin falls to the 
floor as Uli Kuhr kneels down to assist her. 



Mary Atkinson sets a perfect ball for Rachel 
Pollock, who prepares herself to spike it. 

Players Jane Atkinson, Rachel Pollock and Bri 
Kuhr wait impatiently for the ball. 

Teammates Uli Kuhr and Carol Martin watch 
intently as their team spikes the ball 



122 VOLLEYBALL 





After a hard practice.Zach Owen 
trudges wearily to the gym. 



Jim Hunt races down the field with 
the ball, ready to score again. 

Jon Hamby struggles to keep the 
ball while being jabbed by a stick. 





"It was a lun season- nothing else." 

•Jim Hunt 



Wins 
4 



Losses 



A fearsome lacrosse player, 
force to be reckoned with. 



senior captain Mike Jarvis is a 



The lacrosse team had some good players. Front Row: Dwayne 
Sharpe, No-eyed Pete Shamon, Tom Lentine, Tim McNeany, Dave 
Furey. Middl* Row: Russell Shellhous, Dana Park, Mike Jarvis, Jon 
Hamby, Jim Hunt. Back Row: Jon Koop, Josh Clark, Nat McAllister. 
Keith Farmer, Paul Doherty, Steve Mead, Lennox Chase. Sean Linehan, 
Samir Kapuria, Kevin Duris. 




Lacrosse Players Say 

"Pass The Ball" 
D 



ue to the changes con- 
cerning the lacrosse 
team, nnany people 
thought that this year would not 
be too good. However, the la- 
crosse team suprised everyone, 
and came out with a final record 
of 4-9. The lacrosse team had 
lost their old coach, Ivlr. Chapps, 
but gratefully welcomed Mr. Flan- 
nery to the position. Jim Hunt re- 
membered, "tvlr. Flannery was 
really a good coach. Although we 
really missed Coach Chapps, fvlr. 
Flannery was always willing to lis- 
ten to us. He learned a lot about 
lacrosse throughout the season." 

Although the team worked 
very hard, the season was re- 



membered as "a lot of fun " by 
most of the teammates. "The 
season was extremely productive 
and we had a lot of goals that we 
met by working hard. All together 
it was basically a fun season," 
remembered Jon Koop. Jon 
Hamby added, " Yeah, I remem- 
ber one game that was against 
Concord and they were winning. 
One of their players ran into a 
post. It was so funny I fell down 
on the field laughing. I also re- 
member how we used to do laps 
around the field in my car." With 
only a few returnees to the team, 
the lacrosse team had to fight to 
do as well as they did. 



LACROSSE 123 



SIZZLING HOT SHOTS 

Tennis Teams Stir Up A Racket 



Your palms are sweaty as you 
hold your racket in front of you. 
"Please let me hit at least one 
ball," you moan as your coach begins 
to serve at you. The balls come so fast 
you don't realize you seem to be trip- 
ping over your feet every time you 
swing the racket. But, it turns out all 
right. You make the team. 

Along with some new players, the 
boys' tennis team also got a new 
coach, Mrs. Deardorff. "She constant- 
ly gave us moral support and inspira- 
tion," remarked Eric Packer. Thinking 
back, Dave Boschetto remembered, 
"The highlight of our season was defi- 
nitely when we beat Concord." 

Even though the record was not as 
good as they would have liked, Liam 
Hurley proclaimed, "Hey, tennis is a 
sport for fun. We're not really here to 



win a Wimbledon trophy or anything - 
we're here to make a little competition 
for those who think they will get a 
trophy." 

The girls' tennis team didn't have 
any major changes. All throughout the 
season, the morale of the team was 
really great. Kitty Rosewall stated, 
"The funniest part of the season was 
when Liz Kleekamp tried to serve and 
hit me with the ball instead." Amy Bor- 
shay declared, "I think our team did 
really well considering everything; but 
next year we'll be much better." Three 
of the girls were nominated for the All- 
Star Team. These fine players were 
Courtney Eagles, Diana Ricci, and Hol- 
ly Stockdale. To end the season on a 
good note, the girls' tennis team went 
out to eat. Adrian Wood shouted, "The 
best part of the season is the food." 




Lunging forward to return a serve, Eric Packer 
is on the road to victory during his match 
against a Concord player. This win enabled 
the boys' team to beat Concord. 

On the ball in an instant, Becky Wolf swoops 
down hard and fast for a powerful return. A 
superb addition to the girls' team, Becky was 
a powerful server as well as a great hitter. 




124 TENNIS 





Using his own unique style to return a 
powerful serve fronn his opponent, Liam 
Hurley leaps up high in the air. Liam 
was a great asset this season. 

Chris Welch looks up in utter disbelief 
after executing a powerful ace, 
flustering his opponent. Chris had nnany 
aces throughout the season. 




We're a very spirited 
and funny liind of 
crew." 

-Brian Seidman 



"Tennis- a great way to 
stay healthy " 

-Li2 Kleelamp 



Wins 
6 



Boys 



Losses 
3 



Girls 



Wins 
3 



Losses 




ossessing extraordinary skills in tennis, Jill Oblas shows that she is 
ways a strong force to be reckoned with. 

the heat of the moment, Sean Deardorff returns the ball 
eautifully. 



Front Row: Kristen Larsen, Adrian Wood, Becky Wolf, Kitty Rosewall. Jill Oblas, Kara 
Iverson, Nicole Jannis. Sage Brown. Middle Row: Chris Theophile. Chris Welch, Liz 
Kleekamp, Diana Ricci, Holly Stockdale, Courtney Eagles, Jeff Udell. Andy Shapiro, 
Judy Galani. Back Row: Frank Welch, [Michelle Borshay, Jill Oblas, Eric Berman. 
Tricia McGovern, Brian Kern, Sean Deardorff, Eric Packer, Dave Boschetto, Sasha 
Korik, Joe Somerset, Ivan Wood, Craig Gottlieb, Matt Moseley. 



TENNIS 125 



"GET A FEW HITS" 

Ball Teams Advise 



With many talented play- 
ers, the Softball teann ex- 
perienced great success. 
Ending the season with a 12-8 
record, Holly Grey exclaimed, 
"One of the best things about 
this season was how close our 
team was. We all cared about 
each other and were just a big 
united family." With ability dis- 
played by first baseman Lisa Pe- 
cora, shortstop Chrissy Cronin, 
catcher Jen Raffa, and pitcher 
Jodi Russo, the team became 
very experiencd. Chrissy Cronin 
commented, "We had an up and 
down season, but we all stuck 
together." 

Kathy McGillick, the designat- 
ed hitter, said, "The team did 
well, we had a very productive 



season." With the help of Kathy 
Boffa and Sara Glennon in right 
field and Holly Grey in left, the 
team proved they had prepared 
for the best. 

The baseball team also did 
well. With the expertise of pitch- 
ers Mike Blasi and Rich Fedeie, it 
moved high into the DCL League 
standings. Catcher Sean Wilson 
replied, "It was a really exciting 
season for all of us." Dennis Tay- 
lor was a key player for Bedford 
with many excellent hits. Seniors 
Aaron Finklestein, Ken Dougher- 
ty, and Scott Albani were irre- 
placeable assets to the team as 
well. And, when the team was 
down, they could always count 
on Pete Shamon to provide com- 
ic relief. 




Displaying his unique talent tor 
hitting the ball, Mark Gallant 
slams home another one for 
Bedford 

Furious that he's just been 
ejected from the game. Pete 
Shamon prepares to slug the 
umpire. 

Dennis Taylor slides safely to the 
base, much to the dismay of his 
Wayland opponent. 




/7 




126 SOFTBALL/BASEBALL 



The Softball team had super athletes Front Row: Heather Jehle. Mon(ca Hunsader, 
Chrissy Cronin, Holly Grey. Jodie Russo Middle Row: Kathy Boffa. Sara Glennon. Lisa 
Pecora, Kathy McGillick. Back Row: Zuzka Volicer. Kim Cardile. Ashley Jehle. Gretchen 
Ela. Steph Kyvelos. Denise Proudfoot. Tnsh McGovern, Marcy Correia 



Rich Fedele gets a horrified 
expression on his face when he 
realizes that he has ripped his 



Stretching out before a ganne, 
Aaron Finklestein tal<es a deep 
breath to relax his nerves. 



Boys 

Losses Wins Losses 



"This team has all 
the potential in the 
world. Let's go out 



and do It.' 



-Ken Dougherty 



"We really improved 
a lot this season. We 
had many goals and 
we met most of 



-Chrissy Cronin 





The baseball team consisted of a 
few talented players. Front Row: 
Dave Zampese, Mark Gallant, Bill 
Novak, Dave Cooke, Mike Blasi. 
Middle Row: Aaron Finklestein, Ken 
Dougherty, Rich Fedele, Scott 
Venuti, Scott Albani. Back Row: 
Coach Reynolds, Darren Belleview, 
Chris Allesi, Paul Doherty, Pete 
Shamon, Andy Hall, Sean Linehan. 
Kyle Gelormini. 



Jodie Russo proves that pitching is 
a very important skill in Softball. 

After Slamming the ball, Holly Grey 
heads for first base. 

Displaying an interesting flamingo- 
like form. Mike Blasi strikes out his 
opponent. 



127 SOFTBALL/BASEBALL 



Many Fields and Events 

UNITE TOGETHER 



Track is an interesting sport be- 
cause one can choose from any 
nunnber of events to participate 
in. Tfiis past year, nnany track stars 
emerged from Bedford. Amy Andrade 
and Jen Cohen both made States in 
the triple jump. Jen Cohen also set a 
new school record. Katie Holden was 
the top mile finisher for the girls, and 
Lynnette Blanchard did incredible jav- 
lin throwing. The girls seemed to re- 
member their season as one of intense 
practice and great fun. Amy Andrade 
said, "I remember this one girl from 
Weston that Jen and I always used to 
laugh at. She always came to meets 
wearing lace nylons and bathrobes. It 
was really hysterical." 

Theresa Concannon related, "I 
thought it was great that Barb Brennan 



and Megan Dworshak learned the high 
jump so quickly and did so well at it." 
Jen Cohen, although she made States 
in the 300 hurdles, said, "I hated the 
CVS route." 

The boys also had a good season. 
Chris Blondin was an excellent runner 
for Bedford and helped to end the sea- 
son with a final record of 5-2. He re- 
marked, "One of the reasons that we 
did so well was the great team effort 
that we had in almost every meet. Our 
first meet, against Wayland had the 
best of all." Many of the boys also 
played another sport that season and 
consequently, were not able to go to 
every meet. Senior Mike Jarvis, both 
the captain of the lacrosse and track 
team said, "I wish I could have gone to 
more meets, but I'm glad I could help 
out anyway." 




"Despite having no 
practices, we did pretty 
well" 

-Lynnette Blancliard 



"Our team effort was 
really good " 

-Chr» Blondin 



Girls 

Wins Losses 
2 5 



Boys 
Wins Losses 
5 2 





The Spring Track teams were excellent- Front Row: Liz Welch, Andrea 
Griftin. Amy Wnjnar. Julie Merril. Michelle Boisvert, Sarah Griflin. Megan 
Dworshak. Lynnette Blanchard, Christine Hamel Second Row: Franklin 
Cotton, Niahmayer Reynolds, Nadav Kupiec, Jim Busch, Owayne Sharpe 
(Capt ), Brad Geilluss, Kenny Wilkins, Josh Berman. Scott Granowitz. Amy 
Harley Third Row: Jen Cohen, Amy Andrade. Lynna Blasioli, Michelle 
DiNisco, Chris Blondin. Jack Geilluss. Jon Hamby, Tim McNeany, Fred 
Busch, Dave Zampese, Mark Mclnnis, Lennox Chase (Capt ), Mike Jarvis 
(Capt ), Katie Holden, Back Row: Jen Winglield, Barb Brennan, Theresa 
Concannon, Maureen Colliton, Damion Smith, Stephanie Perino, Lisette 
Alba, Krista Denaro. Keith Farmer, John Goodarz, Danny Carroll (Capt ), 
Lynne Molinari, Carolyn Sarno, Jim Hunt. 

A fine track star, Daymlon Smith is seen after 
practice. 



Rachel Cannpbell concentrates on winning her 
race. 



Theresa Concannon shows extreme spirit as she 
prepares to run her next race. 



128 SPRING TRACK 



"I enjoy athletic training 
because it keeps me out 
of trouble." 

-Cindy Lenz 





"FIX 'UM UP" 

Trainers Do Their Job 



"A 



stes were quite fortunate to have such hard-working Athletic Trainers. 
It Row: Dave Zampese. Jen Dickinson, Jodie Russo, David Tobez. Back 
: Pete Cacciola, Kathy Hurd, Cheryl Koenig, Cindy Lenz, Eileen 
ighnessy. 

Stic trainer Jodie Russo patrols the girls' soccer field 
Coach Wilson, looking for injured athletes. 

:ated trainer Eileen Shaughnessy keeps her eye out for 
es during her field hockey game. 



thietic trainers play a 
crucial role in the 
athletic department 
by helping injured athletes," 
says Cheryl Koenig. Certified 
trainer Pete Cacciola, who 
runs the program, thinks stu- 
dent trainers need "communi- 
cation and organization." Un- 
der Cacciola, students learn 
about bones and muscles of 
the body and about wraps 
used to prevent injuries. Later, 
they learn about the treatment 
and rehabilitation of serious 
injuries. 

"Our afternoons are filled 
with a variety of duties. We su- 



pervise the facility and assist 
Pete in treating injured vic- 
tims," remarks Jen Dickinson. 
But, "Most importantly we at- 
tend all games and treat inju- 
ries," says Jodie Russo. In or- 
der to earn a varsity letter, the 
trainer must work 80 hours 
and pass all exams. This year, 
the program was stronger 
than ever, because many 
trainers returned. Cacciola 
gave a pizza party and an 
award ceremony at the end of 
the season to reward the stu- 
dents for their "diligence and 
fortitude." 



ATHLETIC TRAINERS 129 




Usually Great, Bedford Athletes 

NOW LOOK SILLY 



Oh my goodness! Did 
you just see that? I 
can't believe my 
eyes. That varsity basket- 
ball player just tripped over 
his shoelace and fell on the 
floor in the very middle of 
the court. Ha! Ha! Look- 
even that man over there in 
the zebra-striped shirt with 
the whistle in his mouth is 
laughing at the poor boy. 

Although Bedford High 
School athletes usually put 
on their best for spectators, 
sometimes they really 
fell flat on their faces. In 
each sport, there were 
times when a certain per- 
son would do something 
really funny. This page is 



dedicated to such 
bloopers. 

During an intense winter 
track meet, Amy Harley re- 
members, "I remember that 
Barb Brennan was high 
jumping. She was doing 
really well. Then, she land- 
ed in the crack between the 
safety mats. She couldn't 
get up. It was really funny." 

When the skiers were in 
the middle of a meet, every- 
one remembers how Nick 
Stefanidakis fell down the 
hill. Cindy Lenz also re- 
members when "I took our 
poor coach out." Junior co- 
captain of the girls' ski 
team. Holly Grey, reported, 
"It seemed as if every time 



any skier was about to 
race, the poor skier would 
fall down or his boot would 
get caught on his ski pole. It 
was amazing. 

Volleyball player Bri Kuhr 
remembered that "During a 
game against the boys' var- 
sity soccer team, captain 
Mary Atkinson was going 
for a ball when she tripped 
over Saprina Harris' shoe- 
lace. Then she had to go 
around in a sling for a few 
days. It was really funny." 

So, when you think about 
the great year that Bedford 
had in sports, always re- 
member the great bloopers 
that occurred during the 
year! 




Brian Fehlau gets a rough start on 
his dive: the water comes too soon. 

During a particularly tough play, 
Dave Boschetto takes a moment to 
say a quick prayer to save himself 
from the advancing foe. 





130 BLOOPERS 



After a tiring field hockey game, 
Lynnette Blanchard takes a drink of 
w/ater-or is it water? 



Joe Somerset is so bored by 
Reynolds' advice that he falls asl<| 
while swinging the cl I 



Mike Giard flies through the air with great 
ease, as if he's been at practice too long. 



Mark Minassian sits with his football buddy, 
Pete Shannon, who's busy blowing his nose. 

Bri Kuhr contorts her body into an unsightly 
position after serving a volleyball. 




BLOOPERS 131 



Keeping In Step 



John Tanzer and George Clayton 
work out the festive rhythms of the 
season opener "Testify". 



Marching Band, always one of the 
school's most spirited groups, con- 
tinued its long reign over the music 
world. This 50 or so membered 
group, made up of Wind Ensemble, 
Concert Band, and the riag and Ma- 
jorette squads, had a successful sea- 
son under the direction of Steven 
Barbas, Paula Gullage, Doug Gurley, 
and Drum Majors Kitty Rosewall and 
Mark Gordon. 

Their field show, opening with the 
funky Latin tune "Testify ", continu- 
ing with drum solo 'Carribean Carni- 
val ", followed by " Chimichanga 
and finishing up with "A Whiter 
Shade of Pale ", was performed at all 
football games and many competi- 
tions. At the Billerica Invitational, the 
Band walked away with a first in Mu- 
sic and second place overall. MICA, 
the state championship, and the pre- 
lims in Wakefield, dealt the Band 
strong Bronze medals. 

After many long Friday practices, 
and bus rides, band season came to 
an end. Though the group did well, 
next year it will do even better. 





Becky Rosenburg and Maureen 
Worth struggle to memorize this 
year's Marching Band music be- 
fore showtime. 



Jack Geilfuss harmoniously con- 
centrates on the show music in 
front of him. 



134 ORGANIZATIONS 




Look at those diagonals! 

Kitty and Mark, beloved Drunn Majors, 
stand tall and walk proud. 




"No comment" 
fpSB^MMM^X -Mr. Barbas 




'Band is great fun, well , 
except for the French 
^^-^^ Horn" ^ 

-Brian Fehlau 





Marching Band, front row: Kitty 
Rosewall, Donna Coughlan, Jenn 
Ashe, Lori Goodwin. Nancy 
Saunders. Sage Browne, and Mark 
Gordon. Second row: Michelle 
Dee. Darlene Burton, Tara Lee, 
Jen DiNitto. Jodi Cohen, Seenna 
Tiku, Theresa Concannon, Liz 
Kleekamp, Lisa Berkowitz. and 
Lisa Cadotte. Third row: Gretchen 
Ela. Lilo Carr. Brad Geilfuss. Ra- 
chel Meyers. Judy Galani, Chris 
Rhodes, Becky Wolf. Nicole Jan- 
nis, Brian Fehlau, Krysten Carpen- 
ter, Kathy Hurd, Kristen Pugh. 
Fourth row: Dawn Anderson, Tricia 
Weinfurt, Andria Pomponi, Karrie 
Mills, Julie McMahan. Julie St. Sa- 
veur, Betsy Carlton, Maureen 
Worth. Donna Wilson, Anita Cara- 
bollo, Laurie Sheflin, Meg Bos- 
chetto, Becky Rosenberg, Karin 
Mertes. Amy Wojnar, and Amy- 
Kate Murphy. Fifth row: Diana 
Ricci, Matt Ross, Mike Brogan, 
Alex Freeman, Jack Geilfuss, Brian 
Panzeri, Rich Axtell, Mike Durkin, 
Jonathon Koop, Alex Brill, Erin 
Fehlau, John Tanzer. George Clay- 
ton, and David Gersh Missing: Ke- 
vin Duris, Sandra Sabetty, Pam 
Taylor, Mark Mclnnis, 



ORGANIZATIONS 135 



Steppin' To The Beat 



With practice every day, performances 
with the Marching Band, and competi- 
tions, being a member of either the Flag 
or the Majorette squad requires dedica- 
tion and perseverance. 

The squads choreographed and per- 
formed many new routines this year. One, 
a dance with life-sized dolls to the band's 
rendition of "Chimichanga", was per- 
formed by both squads. 

The Flag Squad, coached by Paula 
Gullage, used many more kinds of flags 
than in the past, provided by squad mem- 
ber Jenn DeNitto, and the POMS parents. 
This year's Majorettes faced the difficulty 
of their coach, Judy Jones, having to 
leave in the beginning of the season, but 
captains Pam Taylor and Lori Goodwin 
kept the squad going strong. The squads 
both improved a great deal over the sea- 
son, and are looking forward to a great 
season next year. 



MAJORETTES Front: Co-Captain 
Pam Taylor, Co-Captain Lori Good- 
win. Second Row: Jenn Ashe. Third 
Row: Sage Browne, Nancy Saunders, 
Donna Coughilin. 




136 FLAGS/MAJORETTES 




Spirited Senior Majorettes, Pam Taylor, 
Jenn Ashe, and Lori Goodwin, pray for 
their class' victory in the Hall Decorating 
Contest. 



"Flags are a great way 
to show pride in your 
school." 

Michelle Dee 




The Majorettes perform in the Bedford 
Day Parade. 




Hey Liz- What's so funny? FLAG SQUAD Front: Theresa Concannon, 

Co-Captain Lisa Berkowitz, Seema Tiku, Co- 
Captain Liz Kleekannp, Michelle Dee. Back: 
Tara Lee, Darlene Burton, Lisa Cadotte, Jenn 
DeNltto, Jodi Cohen, Rachael Berkowitz. 



MAJORETTES/ FLAGS 137 



Playing It Up 



Mike Durkin demonstrates how to 
hug his tuba correctly. 



This year's music department is one of 
the strongest yet. Orchestra meets every 
other day E period under the direction of 
Jennifer Anderson. The members of the 
Orchestra are required to participate in 
the Full Orchestra, made up of band stu- 
dents as well. This groups performs in two 
of the concerts, in addition to other per- 
formances. Chamber Music members 
meet in the morning and on their own 
time, and play violins, a viola, and a bas- 
soon. This group is on the performing 
scene as well, and though it doesn't get 
much hype, we are proud of its work. 

Concert Band meets every other day 
with Mr. Barbas. This group performs at 
two concerts and also in the Symphonic 
Band. Wind Ensemble is the only level 5 
music course available at BHS. Entrance 
is by audition only. The music is extremely 
challenging and members are required to 
participate in the Marching Band and Full 
Orchestra. 

The impressive music department is 
strongly growing and is only getting bet- 
ter. Good work! 




Orchestera, front row:Kitty 
Rosewall, Krysten Carpenter. 
Stephanie DubitzskI, Jane Chui, 
Andria Pomponi, and George 
Clayton. Second row: John Goo- 
darz, Eileen Shaughnessy, Karin 
Mertes, Kayte O'Neil, Rachelle De- 
Gregory, and Zuzka Vollcer. Third 
row: Viet Le, Samir Kapuria, Scott 
Anderson, and Stephanie Kyvelos. 



Chamber Music, fronn left: Mrs. 
Anderson, David Hursh, Kitty 
Rosewall, Eileen Shaughnessy, 
and Chris Rhodes. 




138 ORGANIZATIONS 



As a simple Wind Ensemble stu- 
dent Rich Axtell is in awe about his 
talent After all he's in Wind, isn't 
he? 



The very talented Orchestra struts 
its stuff in front of a crowd. 



Tooting Their Horns 

"Wind Ensemble is my most chal- 
lenging class. (Ha Ha)" 

-Sandra Sabetty 





"Band is my life. No, don't put that!' 

-Mike Durkin 





Concert Band, bottom from left: 
Solveig Naundorf, Jennifer Wing- 
field, Betsy Carlton, Julie St.Sa- 
veur, David Gersh, and Anita Cara- 
bello. Middle, from left: Shay Durls, 
Scott Kleekamp. Adam Udell. Alex 
Brill, Scott Byamm, and Theresa 
Concannon. Top. from left: Chris 
McCune, Mike Dmochowski. Jeff 
Udell, Mark Fredericks, and Lisa 
Cadotte. 



Wind EntembI*. bottom: Mr 
Barbas, Amy-Kate Murphy. Becky 
Rosenburg, Karin Mertes, Amy 
Wojnar, and Gretchen Ela Second 
rov\^: Maureen Worth, Meg Bos- 
chetto. Donna Wilson. Matthew 
Ross. Chris Rhodes. Judy Galani. 
Dwayne Sharpe, Jack Geilfuss. 
and Julie McMahan Third row: 
Andria Pomponi. Kathy Hurd, 
Krysten Carpenter. Laurie Sheflin, 
Mark Mclnnis. Kevin Duns, Jon- 
afhon Koop. Erin Fehlau, Sandra 
Sabetty. and Rachel Meyers. Last 
row: George Clayton. John Tanzer. 
Brian Panzeri, Rich Axlell. Mike 
Durkin. Alex Freeman. Mike Bro- 
gan, Jill Freeman. Karrie Mills, and 
Bryan Fehlau 



139 ORGANIZATIONS 




Stepping Up On Stage 



If you have never heard the Choir, 
Show Choir, Double Sextette, or Mad- 
rigal sing, you are nnissing an important 
component of B.H.S. You can find at 
least one of these groups practicing at 
any time of the day or giving one of its 
many performances. The most impor- 
tant events of the year are the POMS 
Fall Concert, the Holiday Concert, and 
the Spring Concert. In addition, the 
Show Choir, Double Sextette, and 
Madrigal often perform for the commu- 
nity. Many of these singers participat- 
ed in this year's spring musical. Fid- 
dler on the Roof. Each member has a 
strong feeling of fulfillment and belong- 
ing as a result of his or her contribu- 
tions and involvement. All of their hard 
work will pay off when the whole music 
department performs in Quebec in 
May. 

This year the Choir sounds better 
than ever. It is the largest singing group 



in the school. No other group can give 
the powerful sound that the Choir pro- 
duces. The Madrigal is a highly selec- 
tive a cappella singing group that is 
comprised of both men and women - in 
matching red outfits. The Madrigal per- 
formed a new tradition this year, a me- 
dieval dinner for family and friends. The 
Renaissance Dinner was a complete 
success, and the audience enjoyed 
eating the chicken with their fingers 
and drinking the wassail. The Double 
Sextette is a harmonious choral group 
- in matching white blouses and long 
black skirts. This popular group loves 
to sing and swing to the beat. The 
Show Choir, another new tradition to 
B.H.S.. has proved to be a hit. This 
very selective and enthusiastic group 
sings and dances selections from show 
tunes. As you can see, there is never a 
time when the singers of B.H.S. are not 
stepping up on stage. 




DOUBLE SEXTETTE Front 
row: Maureen Devlin, Liz 
Kleekamp - Co-Director. Diana 
Ricci - Co-Director, Christine 
Hannel, Erin Fehlau Second row: 
Jill Oblas, Rachel Meyers, Kayte 
O'Neil. Rachelle DeGregory. 
Shari Eriich, Alex Floras. Missing 
Betsy Carlton, Jill Freeman, Jodi 
Cohen. 



SHOW CHOIR Front row: John 
Woolard, Matt Stein, Chris 
Mayer. Dwayne Sharpe Second 
row: Becky Wolf. Lilo Carr. 
Maureen Devlin, Erin Fehlau 
Third row: Keri O'Keefe, 
Dwayne Risley, Liz Kleekamp, 
Chris Rhodes, Christine Hamel. 

Mark Gordon 




Liz Kleekamp patiently helps Ra- 
chel Meyers practice her solo. 



140 ORGANIZATIONS 



Maureen Devlin and Jill Oblas are 
actually at Double Sextette 
rehearsal. 



Erin Fehlau, and Christine Hannel continue 
singing while Jodi Cohen is disgusted by the 
lyrics. 





"Sometimes it seemed like we 
would never pull it through but when 
it came down to the night of the 
concert, I think we did a really great 
job." 

Liz Kleekamp 



MADRIGAL Front row: Becky 
Wolf, Matt Stein, Maureen Devlin, 
Erin Fehlau, Shari Eriich, Diana 
Ricci Second row: Lilo Carr, Jill 
Oblas, Sylvia Carr, Adrian Wood, 
Christine Hannel, Craig Gottlieb, 
Dwayne Sharpe Third row: 
Brian Fehlau, Mark Gordon, Liz 
Kleekamp, Mr. Low, Chris 
Rhodes, Rachel Meyers, Matt 
Knell 



CHOIR Front: Betsy Carlton. Laurie 
Sheflin, Cait Hurley. April Jones, 
Michelle Schofield, Karie Mills. Mary 
Correia, Rachelle DeGregory Second 
row: Kathy Freeman. Tricia Weinfurt. 
Cynthia Primmerman. Jackie O'Brien, 
Mandy Jannis, Jen Rosenbaum. Amy 
Kate Murphy, Lisa Cadotte, Jodi 
Cohen, Jen Carson, Tara Lee Third 
row: Mary Pellegrini. Dwayne Risley. 
Craig Gottlieb, Kerri O'Keefe. Kayte 
O'Neil. UN Kuhr. Alex Flores. Carolyn 
Sarno, Katie Putney. Lynne Molinari 
Fourth row: Don Anderson. Sage 
Brown. Kristen Larsen. Stephanie 
Perino. Jennifer Nickerson. John 
Wodard. Chris Mayer. Kulo Lynge. 
Sabrina Newberry. Beth Rivinius. Kelly 
Callahan. Karen Clancy. Keri 
McGrath. Brigitte Kuhr 



ORGANIZATIONS 141 



Hey Turkeys, Step Aside 



One ot the few freshmen in Math League. Amy 
Kate Murphy has obviously not learned that 
practicing for meets is not part of the Bedford 
tradition. 



Would you Spend extra time after school 
on activities that bare a remarkable resem- 
blance to academic work? While most peo- 
ple would not, a few odd souls dedicate 
hours to the Math League, Science League, 
Forum, and Debate Team. 

Again this year, Mr. Stephenson could be 
found wandering the halls, desperately try- 
ing to snag enough people to form a math 
team that might have some hope of pulling 
Bedford's record out of the gutter. Mr. Ull- 
mann and Mrs. Krueger had better luck with 
science enthusiasts. The Science League 
leapt to a high standing overall and even 
brought home a trophy. 

Finally, Forum, with spiritual adviser Mr. 
McCarthy, has become more than just a tab- 
loid; it is actually a newspaper now. Despite 
constant infighting throughout the organiza- 
tion, the monthly news was distributed to the 
entire school population, only occasionally 
offending some people. Another club known 
for its arguments, the written as well as the 
spoken, is the infamous Debate Team. Mr. 
Milliken stood by as the group tried not to 
self-destruct. These organizations did more 
than just write, add, or disect. 




Math League Front row: 

Gretchen Ela, Judy Galani, Mr 
Stephenson, Eileen Shaughnessy. 

Andria Pompon! Second row: 
John Ebersole. Brian Kern. Brad 
Geilfuss, Eric Packer, Neil 
Richards, Melissa Ferro Third 
row: Amy Kate Murphy, Joe 
Somerset. Dave Hursh, Graham 
Morehead, Andy Taylor, Rebecca 
Rosenberg, Matt Mosely. John 
Paschkewitz, Matt Stein, Kara 
Iverson 



Science League Front row: 

Nadav Kupiec, Captains Eric 
Packer, Brad Geilfuss, Neil 
Richards. Diana Ricci Second 
row: Mr. Ullmann, Karen Hocker. 

Amy Kate Murphy, John 
Ebersole. Rebecca Rosenberg. 
Dave Hursh, Matt Mosely. John 
Paschkewitz, Maureen Worth, 
Melissa Ferro, Mrs. Krueger 




142 ORGANIZATIONS 



iebecca Rosenberg assures Amy 
Vojnar that casual dress is appropri- 
te for Science League. 



Brad Geilfuss and Gretchen Ela like to 
join nnany clubs, such as Forum and 
Math Team. 



Doesn't Neil have a deadline for Forum to keep 
him from loitering in empty auditoriums? 







Debate team Front row: Andy 
Taylor, Jen Dickinson, Neil 
Richards, Wendy Tameler, Chris 
Henry Second row: Matt 

Mosely, Brian Seidman, Chris 
Welch, Mr. Milliken 



Forum Front row: Kristen Pugh, 
Sean Linehan, Rebecca 
Rosenberg, Adrian Wood, Seema 
Tiku, Sylvia Carr Second row: 
Gretchen Ela, Josh Keroes, Brad 
Geilfuss, Chris Theophile, Dave 
Holtzman, Neil Richards, Mark 
Watkins Third row: Jeff 
Campagna, Kevin Geary, Andy 
Taylor, Kayte O'Neil, Mary 
Atkinson, Tricia McGovern 
Fourth row: Dave Zampese, 
Dave Boffa, Mark Mclnnis, Jen 
Carson, Maureen Devlin, Ken 
Chen 



ORGANIZATIONS 143 



Committees 

Bedford High School has various groups 
that exist to assist the student body and 
the Bedford Communnity. These super 
groups include Citizenship Connmittee, 
Legislative Committee, and the Student 
Advisory Committee. 

The Citizenship Committee consists of 
caring students that have an interest in 
improving the community. Several of their 
monthly tasks include food drives, a Red 
Cross donation, and electing the citizen of 
the month. The Legislative Committee 
meets weekly to make crucial decisions 
about issues concerning student rights, 
rules, and regulations. These elected 
members also listen to what BHS students 
have to say. The Student Advisory 
Committee meets periodically with Mr. 
Duggan and the school committee to 
present ideas and concerns of BHS. They 
also assist the school committee with 
student body problems that need to be 
solved. 

These groups are the side of Bedford 
High School that adults seldom see. 
However, they are the essential part of the 
BHS school government. 



"Student Advisory is the 

4 perfect opportunity for me to 
express my concerns about 
4 BHS." -Jen Cohen 




Legislative Committee:Tricia 

McGovern, Sandra Sabetty, Judy 
Galani, Kitty Rosewall, Kara 
Iverson, Heather Jehle. Neil 
Richards, Jamie Asbedian, Jeff 
Campagna, Eric Berman, Kathy 
Schowalter, Ami Bowen, Chris 
Welch. 



Citizenship Committee: Cara 
Swenson, Tricia McGovern. Holly 
Stockdale, Kristen Pugh, Matt 
Stein, Christine Hamel, Heather 
Jehle, Courtney Eagles, Kitty 
Rosewall, Kevin Geary, Chris 
Theophile. Ami Bowen, Neil 
Richards, Sylvia Carr. Rachel 
Pollock, Jenn Ashe, Jeff 
Campagna, Nadav Kupiec, Jamie 
Asbedian, Sandra Sabetty, Mary 
Pelligrini. Melissa Ferro. 




Student Advisory Committee:Jenn Ashe, J' 
Cohen, Kitty Rosewall. Liam Hurley. Jarr 

Asbedie 



144 ORGANIZATIONS 



Girls' and Boys' State 




Each year the American Legion 
Auxiliary honors eleventh graders fronn 
around Massachusetts to attend Girls' and 
3oys' State. The girls' progrann is held at 
Elms College, and the boys' program is at 
Bentley College. They learn about 
^Massachusetts State Government by 
■orming their own government. For their 
•ive day stay they are divided into cities 
and towns. Within these communities they 
lave the opportunity to run for local 
Dffices such as Dog Catcher, Selectman of 
:heir town, or Mayor of their city. On the 
state level the participants are encouraged 
:o campaign for State offices such as 
Auditor or Governor. While campaigning is 
going on, the Boys' and Girls' Staters are 
divided into political parties to 
demonstrate how the two party system 
/vorks. The week is also filled with Senate 
and House hearings to discuss issues, 
allies, debates, and bills. 

The week at Girls'or Boys' State is not 
all work. There is ample time to socialize 
and make friends that will last a lifetime. 




"Girls' State was a valuable experi- 
ence in friendship, tolerance, and loy- 
alty. It also nnade me appreciate our 
government and the freedoms we 
have." -Sandra Sabetty ^^Jw 





Caminar, Courir, 



Salire 



into th 




Have you ever been in a foreign country? 
Do they liave American Clubs in their high 
schools? It's just a thought. And while you 
are runninating on this effervescent piece of 
pablum, consider the fact that we in Bedford 
have a plethora of culture clubs all based on 
the belief that the best way to celebrate 
international diversity is to hold jello-throw- 
ing contests and to order pizza. 

Those who join these clubs hold the com- 
nnon belief that a united, fabulous, interna- 
tional township throwing jell-o would be to 
the benefit of all who are enrolled at this or 
any other institution of learning. They soon 
discover, however that unification is impossi- 
ble as evidenced by the sharp rivalry which 
exsists between the three organizations. At 
the height of this rivalry, the Spanish, 
French, and Latin clubs played an indoor 
soccer game. The Latin club was victorious. 



LATIN CLUB: Front Row: Brian Spar- 
row. Rachel Berkowitz, Jamie Bailey. 
Alicia DeLuca. Jim Busch. Courtney 
Eagles. Cara Swenson. Michelle DiN- 
isco. Tom Chester. Maureen Colliton, 
Callahan: Second Row: Sean Linehan, 
Jamie Asbedian, Rachel Pollock, Lisa 
Berkowitz, Lynnette Blanchard, Liz 
Welch, Jane Atkinson, Alan Pederson, 
VInnie Welch, Mike Garry, Brian Dro- 
han; Third Row: Scott O'Brien, Tim 
McNeany, Josh Berman, Chris Welch, 
George Clayton, Dave Zampese, Jen 
Dickinson, Ken Chen, Eric Swenson, 
Chip Mofield, Matt McGarry, Sarah Grif- 
fin, Mr, Kelly: Fourth Row: Chris Theo- 
phile, Mark Watkins, Jeff Udell. Carl 
Szezniack, Sean Deardorff, Scott Ven- 
uti, Nick Stephanidakis, Marcus Kenne- 
dy, Paul Doherty, Andy Shapiro, Tom 
Lentine, Scott Anderson 



Are any of these Spanish Club 
mennbers actually Spanish? 




146 ORGANIZATIONS 



Frank Welch, Dave Zampese, and 
Jamie Asbedian yet again prove 

Chris Rhodes thrills yet another that a man's place is in the 

French Club Member. kitchen. 




Frank Reaves finsishes typing for 
ROTC, in order to make it on time for 
the Spanish Club picture. 




The foreign language clubs at Bedford 
High School are vibrant reflections of 
the peripheral excellence of the for- 
eign language department. 

-F. Pavao 




French club party-goers take time 
out for a quick picture. 



Mark Gordon receives a new pair 
of glasses especially for Bedford 
Day. 



Latin lovers Courtney Eagles, Holly 
Stockdale, and Cara Swenson consid- 
er strategy for the next pizza party. 

ORGANIZATIONS 147 



Stumbling Into The Spotlight 



Temo Bengs finds cafeteria existence rather 
cfiallenging, as does everyone. 




Telemedia is a club, which, it may be 
said, is indeed a club indeed. Let it not 
be said that this club indeed does not 
strive for the lack of future desperation. 
Every day another miracle - new oddi- 
ties attempt to grace the screen, cater- 
ing incomparably to the needs of pub- 
lic hopes of relevance. There but for 
the eyes of us go they, with all proba- 
ble necessitiy, for the benefit of being 
indeed. Indeed, for the fortunes of 
technical goodmorningness are im- 
proving by the by, and fatly so. 

For, like the umbrella of spokesman- 
ship thirst before us the famed perso- 
nas of dactylic speed. Behind them the 
smiling unevenness of a Christmas 
pumpkin. Aside, the spacious farewell 
of Willy the Weather Window. Ahead? 
As the centuries flip by in loose cohe- 
sion, it can but be said that what is to 
be came out of what was, and what is. 

Indeed, as the filthy tears flow and 
slop into the wastepaper bin, we are 
again reminded that is will be. 




AFS Front row: Kayte O'Neil, Wendy Tameler, Lisa Kelleher, Timo Bengs. Tncia McGovern. Becky Rosenberg, Eric Berman. Sandra Sabetty. Kulo 
Lynge. Camarie Giark, Cara Swenson, Rachel Campbell. Melissa Harlwell Second row: Kristen Pugh, Nat McCalasIer. Heather Jehle. Monica 
Hunsader, Amy Borshay, Judy Galani, Melissa Ferro, Kara Iverson. Kitty Rosewall. Tammy Coriarty. Amy Wo|nar. Eileen Shaughnessy. Mary 
Pelligrini. Theresa Concanon Third row: Lisa Cadotte, Diana Ricci. Erin Fehlau. Rachel Polcx:k. Nikki Linton. Mark Watkins. Mark Minassian. Sasha 
Korrick, Dwayne Sharpe, Chris HIrsch. Cheryl Koenig rear: Cindy DIFrancesco. Carina Mertes. Josh Berman. Matt Moseiy, Kathy Schowaiter. Anita 
Carabello, Meg Boschetto. Cait Hurley, Brigitte Kuhr, Karen Hocker 

The American Field Service spreads out for a picture over an expanse that could cover a field. 




148 ORGANIZATIONS 



Kulo Lynge and Temo Bengs 
our exchange students from 
Greenland and Finland, exist, 
and verily so. 



Brian Drowan fiddles with a multitude 
of buttons whiich will undoubtedly 
blow up the studio. 



Brian Fehlau looks up from his 
script to contemplate life as it 
relates to the Drama Club. 





I sure am looking 
forward to the grapefruit 
sale 

-Sandra Sabetty on AFS 




Drama Club front row: Liz Kleekcamp, 
Nicole Jannis, Kristen Pugh, Erin Fehlau, 
Mark Gordon, Kayte O'Neil, Lilo Carr, Chris 
Rhodes, Adrian Wood. Becky Wolf second 
row: Dave Gersh, Ann Craig, Rachelle De- 
Gregory, Cynthia Primmerman, Judy Ga- 
lani. Rachel Meyers, Christine Hamel, Matt 
Stein, Dwayne Risley third row: Kelly Co- 
ble, Amy Harley, Jodi Cohen, Lisa Cadotte, 
Tara Lee, Jen Cohen, Maureen Devlin, 
Gretchen Ela last row: Daymion Smith, Joe 
Almodovar, Becca Mix, Jennifer Iverson. 
Betsy Carlton, Andy Taylor, Sylvia Carr, Ra- 
chel Pollock, Jeff Campagna 



Telemedia front row: Christine Mamel. 
Camarie Clark, Chris Welch. Eric Packer, 
Jill Oblas. Andrew Shapiro, Cara Swenson, 
Courtney Eagles, Mark Prior second row: 
Kayte O'Neil. Jeff Campagna. Mark Gor- 
don, Holly Stockdale, Lynn Molinan, Ian 
Glomski, Erin Fehlau third row: Kelly Co- 
ble, Scott Caan, Chris Hirsch, Brian Seid- 
man. Josh Kennedy, Brian Drowan, Brian 
Sparrow, Tom Dooley fourth row: Sasha 
Korick, Dave Gersh, Andy Taylor. Vincent 
Welch, Jonathan Koop. Matt Mosely, 
Gretchen Ela, Jen Carson 



ORGANIZATIONS 149 



Taking Steps For 



Though most people do not realize it, there are 
several organizations at BHS that exist to serve the 
student population. The National Honor Society is 
an academic club for juniors and seniors who have 
maintained at least an 88 average. Once they are 
inducted into NHS, members find themselves in- 
volved in numerous service activities. This year, the 
group gave directions to wayward parents during 
Open House, wrapped Christmas presents as an 
innovative fund-raiser, and spent hours on the phone 
for the American Heart Association. As June ap- 
proaches, the seniors gladly rejoice at the prospect 
of leaving the juniors to fend for themselves during 
the eighth grade orientation. 

SADD was once again the most popular club in 
the school (which is obvious from the picture). Under 
the dedicated supervision of Mr. Gollis and senior 
Liam Hurley, SADD strived to shake its former image 
as being virtually nonexistent and organized a don- 
key-basketball game and drinks at varsity games for 
money to sponsor a program for the spring. 

The BHS ROTC is a group of students who indulge 
their interest in the Air Force by visiting the VA 
Hospital, competing in the Drill Team, and taking 
field trips to such exciting places as Washington DC 
ROTC is not just a class, it's an adventure. 




Never one to waste time. NHS Vice President Eric 
Packer leisurely strolls out of class 



National Honor Society 
Seniors Front row: 

President Chris Welch, 
Vice President Eric 
Packer, Secretary AnnI 
Bowen, Treasurer Melissa 
Ferro Second row: 
Adrian Wood. Neil 
Richards, Jeff Campagna, 
Mark Frederick, Kara 
Iverson, Cindy 
DeFrancesco, Diana Ricci 
Third row: Becky Wolf, 
Josh Kennedy, Brad 
Geilfuss, Cheryl Koenig, 
Carl Szczesniak, Gian 
Brunelleschi, Dave Cooke 

ROTC Drill Team Front 
row: Frank Reeves, 
Cornelius Alexander, 
Kenny Wilkins, Rahael 
Rivera, Rick Dockham. 
Second row: Tosha 
Graham, Saprina Harris, 
Scott Malo, Crystal 
Brooks, Rick White, 
Rachel Clouse. Third 
row: Trisha Woodward, 
Anita Caraballo, Christy 
Brooks, Cindy Lenz, 
Donna Coughlin, Mike 
Boutin, Mike Dockham. 




150 ORGANIZATIONS 



Kara Iverson catches Liam Hurley as he is about 
to dash off to an important SADD meeting. What 
could she have on her mind? 



"NHS? It looks good on college 
applications." 

- Eric Packer | 



I can't believe SADD actu- 
ally did something!" 

^9fSk - Kara Iverson 





Mark Frederick is perplexed by his pizza?! 




Students Against Driving Drunk, aka 

SADD, with adviser Mr. Gollis. 

The Drill Team. Scott Malo, Cindy Lenz, 
Christy Brooks, and Frank Reeves, prepare 
to go to war against Concord. 



ORGANIZATIONS 151 



Stepping Into The Nineties 



Underclassmen Editor Judy Galani leaves 
a deadline work session perturbed. 




Well, this is it, the page you've been 
looking for. Displayed on these fabu- 
lous pages are the names and faces 
that made Stepping Into The 90'8 a 
reality. We have worked torturous 
hours, often being the last people to 
leave the school, excluding the jani- 
tors. We have overcome major catas- 
trophes on an almost weekly basis and 
suffered nervous breakdowns, revert- 
ing back to our primal beings under the 
pressure of the deadlines. What for? 
To bring you the best yearbook possi- 
ble. Looking through this book, we see 
things we love, and the results of 
choices we wish we hadn't made. But 
ultimately, we see the product of our 
labors which began in May of 1989. 
Hopefully you do too. 

We also see the solid foundation 
which Mrs. Byron left for us. Our friend, 
confidant, and pushy boss when we 
needed pushing, Mrs. Byron is appre- 
ciated greatly for her work and is 
missed very much. We give our infinite 
thanks to Miss Mehrle for stepping in 
as our new adviser. Enjoy the book! 





Staff photographer Camarie Clark, al- 
ways after the perfect yearbook pictures, 
digs for her camera in her locker. 



Yearbook, seated: Copy Editor Josh Kennedy. Senior Section Editor 
Sandra Sabetty. Underclassmen Editor Judy Galani, Editors-in-Chief 
Jeff Campagna, Melissa Ferro and Kara iverson Standing: Business 
Manager Lisa Berkowitz. Editor-in-Chief Mary Atkinson. Photograph- 
ic Editor Eileen Shaughnessy. Clubs Editor Cathy Schowalter, Student 
Life Editor Diana Ricci. Special thanks to staff members Suzi Ferro, 
Tammy Corlaty. Camarie Clark, and Ami Bowen for their additional 
help and effort. 



152 ORGANIZATIONS 



Editors-in-Chief Melissa Ferro. Jeff 
Campagna, and Kara Iverson laugh in- 
sanely as Miss Mehirle reviews their 
pages and tells them to do them over. 



Clubs Editor Kathy Schowalter 
celebrates with balloons for 
making her deadline. 





The best staff ever... Really. 

■Miss Mehrle on the staff of 
Signum '90 




SomtimS^ove doing yearbook. 
On other occasions, I would ^ 
rather eat swine. * 

-Mary Atkinson 



hate thinking of quotes! 
-Kara Iverson when asked for a 
yearbook quote 





Kara Iverson and Melissa Ferro flip 



through the computer manual in a daze. ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ,^6 field 

where the editors have landed af- 
ter having thrown them for screw- 
ing up a deadline. 



ORGANIZATIONS 153 



WELCOME TO 
THE NINETIES! 



And what better way to welcome the nineties than 
with a tribute to the eighties. Wow! Remennber all 
that's happened? Starting Junior High, starting High 
School, school plays, concerts - all of this happened 
through the eighties. It seems like forever, but it's 
really only been ten years. Duran Duran and Culture 
Club used to be cool! Reagan was shot. Remember 
the hostages in Iran and that dumb song about 
them? We've seen two new men occupy the White 
House. Think back to all of those bad boys : Gary 
Hart, OIlie North, Jim Baker. In these ten years we've 



seen Live-Aid, Farm-Aid, world hunger, homeless- 
ness. We've been introduced to the Cosby's, The 
Keatons, and the Ceavers. Soaps have flourished 
and Brady re-runs still air several times each day. 
Rap music has taken the place of Disco and New 
Wave is on the way in. Neons came and went as with 
ribbon barrettes and rubber jewelry and friendship 
pins. We've seen old fads return: minis, tye-dye. ban- 
danas, and even bell-bottoms. After all, no one said 
it was all good. At least we can look back on most of 
it and laugh! 




154 




3St your eighties knowledge with 
lis little quiz: 

These were two of the new mem- 
jrs of the cast of Saturday Night 
ve in 1980. 

a. Mr. Duggan and Mr. Ambrose 

b. Jimmy Carter and Ronald 
Reagan 

c. Eddie Murphy and Joe Piscopo 

Which man shot President Rea- 
an on March 30, 1981? 

a. Matthew Stein 

b. John Hinkley 

c. Gumby 

Which Olivia Newton-John song 
it #1 in 1982 and became the top 
it of the year? 

a. Macho Macho Man 

b. Let's Get Physical 

c. Welcome to the Jungle 



Kindergarten 
Fifth Grade 
Sixth Grade 



5. The 1984 Summer Olympics took 
place in this Californian City. 

a. Los Angelos 

b. Bedford 

c. Beavercreek, Ohio 

6. Who arranged the 1985 Live-Aid 
concert against world hunger. 

a. Jamie Asbedian 

b. Bert and Ernie 

c. Bob Geldolf 



7. What was the name of the Space 
Shuttle which exploded in 1986 
which carried the first "Teacher in 
Space"? 



4. (Trick Question): In 1983, the a. Challenger 
Class of 1990 was just entering b. The Starship Enterprise 



what grade? 



c. The Whopper 



8. Which three women were parts of 
political and sex scandals in 1987? 

a. Mrs. Donovan, Miss Mehrle, 
and Mrs. Rainis 

b. Melissa, Sandra, and Judy 

c. Donna Rice, Fawn Hall, and 
Jessica Hahn 

9. What Political Party gained 
control once again of the White 
House in the election of 1988, 
breaking the hearts of many 
Yearbook staffers? 

a. Republicans 

b. Centre Cercle Francais 

c. The RU Crew 

10. What Panamanian leader got . 
busted in 1989 for use of drugs 
and then received an invitation to 
stay at the Vatican? 

a. Jeff Campagna 

b. Noriega 

c. Cher 



O 



155 





Here's a look at what the eighties really were. It may surprise 

you! 



Trivial Pursuit 
Pictionary 

Ollie North/Fawn Hall 

Jim and Tammy Faye Baker 

Ghostbusters 

Brady Bunch Reunions 

Back to the Future 

Santa Barbara 

The Cosby Show 

Family Ties 

Charles and Di 

Fergi and Andrew 

Vanessa Williams 

Flag Burning 

Beijing 

John Lennon's death 
VCRs 

Compact Discs 
Walk men 
Indiana Jones 
Men uedo 
Bobby McFerrin 
Rubix Cube 



Cabbage Patch Kids 

Madonna 

Dynasty 

Z94 

Lucille Ball 
Cary Grant 
Jackie Gleason 
Fred Astaire 
Rock Hudson 
Andy Gibb 
AIDS 

Terms of Endearment 

Moonstruck 

Rain Man 

Ribbon Barettes 

Breakdancing 

Parachute Pants 

Rubber Jewelry 

Sm urfs 

Fluorescent 

Swatchs 

Berlin Wall 

Computers 



Bedford did not remain unscathed by the eighties. Here are 
some examples of its effect on us: 



Wicked 

Mint 

CVS 

Awesome 
D'Angelos 
Alexander's 
Lowell Sun Article 
Reagan's visit 
Bush's visits 
Health 

Contraceptive 
Bingo 

Mr. Stephenson 
Miss Mehrle 



Starting Point 
B.H.S Today 
B.H.S. Update 
Forum 
The Split 
Page School 
Page Place 
Cafe Luigi's 
Volleyball Team 
Soccor Victories 
Football Victory 
Over Concord 
Mini-Mag! 





156 



So, that's the eighties. It seems really weird, but 
what's weirder is what's to come in the nineties. Imag- 
ine it: Picture phones, a FAX machine in every house- 
hold, cities on the moon, the end of world hunger? 
Maybe, just maybe by 1999 there won't be any music 
or art requirements in BHS. This country, the whole 
world actually, has grown into such a powerful place. 
Already the nineties show new, free societies, and those 
begging for the same. No Berlin Wall, no Communism, 
we're on the road to a smashing success already. Who 
knows, by 1999 we could all be wearing gold lame bell- 
bottoms. That's a frightening thought, but anything is 
possible: a woman in the White House (and not as a 
maid), a black in the White House, world peace, may- 
be? There's so much to look forward to and so far we're 
off to a good start. The eighties set the base we need 
for a good life. Everything is battery operated or elec- 
tronically powered. All that's left for us to do is to put 
that wealth into good use. Let's make these next ten 
years good. Hopefully, Brady reruns will still be being 
aired by the time we have kids. What a start! 



r 



Bedford — Billerica Tuxedo Shops 

"Tuxedos For All Occasions" 



Bedford Shopping Center 
158 Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

617-275-9864 



t 



L 




Treble Cove Plaza 
199 Boston Road 
Billericca, Massachusetts 01862 

617-667-1475 



(617) 275-2330 




BEDFORD TRAVEL. INC. 

138 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 

FULL SERVICE AGENCY 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1990 



275-7800 




Limousine Service 



68 Great Rd.. Bedford. MA 01730 



160 ADVERTISEMENTS 




J-J CLEANERS, INC. 



Bedford Billerica Tewksbury 

Bedford Shopping Center Treble Cove Plaza Tewksbury Shopping Center 

275-9864 667-9308 851-7581 



FIRE RESTORATIONS SUEDE & LEATHER CLEANING 



slING ^ 



ADVERTISEMENTS 161 



Walcoth 



Sales & Service Inc. 



SINCE 1937 



High Quality TV's And Appliances 

GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER, BEDFORD 



Microwave Ovens 
Air Conditioners 
Television 



275-7570 



SALES - SERVICE - PARTS 



Refrigerators 
Ranges 
Washers & Dryers 




JOHN M. PECORA & SON. INC. 
General Contractors 



933-4929 
275-8188 



162 Winn Street 
WOBURN. MA 01801 



162 ADVERTISEMENTS 



BEDFORD HOUSE 

OF 

ROAST BEEF 



[Roast Beef, Suvlaki, Greek Salad, Seafood] 



328 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 
275-2006 



Monday thru Thursday — 10:00 a.m. to 1 1:00 p.m. 
Friday and Saturday — 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 
Sundays — 1 1:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 



FOR FAST SERVICE CALL YOUR ORDERS IN 

275-2006 



BEDFORD FUNERAL 
HOME 

167 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
275-6850 

G. William Clark, Jr. 
Funeral Director 




FLOWE 



142 THE GREAT ROAO 
ftEOFOtO MA. 275-7125 





J 



ADVERTISEMENTS 163 



r 



spire 

■ CORPORATION 



Congratulations 



From Spire Corporation .... Our very best 
wishes for health, happiness, and prosperity to 
the Class of 1990 and to all the students, faculty 
and administration of Bedford High School. 

In Energy 

Spire is the place to grow 

Spire Corporation /Patriots Park /Bedford. MA 



L 



164 ADVERTISEMENTS 



1 



The 

Future 

Is 

Yours 
To 

Formulate. 



Best of luck to the Class of 

1990 




ADVERTISEMENTS 165 



r 



A SPECIAL LIFE-STYLE 



Carleton-Willard Village is an exceptional continuing care retirennent community. Gracious independent living 
accommodations and fully licensed, long-term health care facilities exist in a traditional New England 
environment. 

CARLETON-WILLARD VILLAGE 



100 Old Billerica Road 
Bedford. f^A 01730 
(617) 275-8700 

Owned and operated by Carleton-Willard Homes. Inc 
a non-profit corporation 




CARllTON WIllABD VIUACl 




RofflK' 




CENTER 
HAIR STYLIST 



^1 The KOFFLEK Hjirstylinj; Experience 



Open h Days 
Appointments Available 273-7711 
168E Great Road. Bedlord 



DUNHAM S BOOK 
STORE 

Good used books and paperbacks 

BOUGHT AND SOLD 

Over 15.000 Books Priced 

and Classified 
50 Great Road. Bedford 
375-9140 

WED THRU SAT 

II 5 p.m. 



166 ADVERTISEf^^ENTS 



MIX FLOWERS 

275-6255 

Bedford's Full-Service Florist! 



Congratulations 
Class of 1990 
Marilyn Kean 



Cheryl and Pat Mix 
Mix Flowers 
377 Concord Rd 
Bedford 




Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1990 



A.W. CLIFFORD 

REALTORS 



49 THE GREAT ROAD ot/vL^OR 
BEDFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 01730 uJX"' 
(617) 275-7111 



FIRE ■ CASUALTY ■ BONDS ■ LIFE 



NORTHWEST INSURANCE AGENCY 
OF BEDFORD 

/ COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 
131 Great Rd 

Bedford. MA 01 730 



ALUVN J. SMITH III 



Tti (617) 275-3800 




CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1990 



TL 



STDNEHENGE 



JEWELRY 



475 BEDFORD STREET LEXINGTON MASSACHUSETTS 02173 6)7-861-0630 

A UN. I Ol HlAllH 0Ev£lOPM[NI CORPORATION 



Congratulations To 
The Class Of 1990 
From 

FREDRIC L BERKOWITZ 



rofesstondL^^air CDesi 
earce 



gners 

1 38 GREAT ROAd\ 



Bedford, ma ot730 

TEL 275 8182 



Certified Public Accountant 



Financial Consultant 




ADVERTISEMENTS 167 



r 



GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1990 

Pass S Weisz, Inc. 

A Tradition of Service Excellence Since 1959 



the art of 
engineering. 

Featuring a full line of 
Audis: 



4000S std. or auto. 

trans. 

Coupe GT 

Coupe Quattro Turbo 
Quatro All wheel drive 
5000S Sedan 
5000S Wagon 
5000S Turbo 

Leasing our specialty. 
Company vehicles always 
available for purchase. 
Good selection of pre- 
owned vehicles. 

93 Cambridge Street 
Burlington, Ma. 08103 




PORSCHE ® 
NOTHING 

EVEN 
COMES 
CLOSE 



Featuring a full line of 
Porsche: 

944 

944 Turbo, Accepting 
Orders 

91 1 Carrera Coupe 
91 1 Carrera Targa 
91 1 Carrera Cabriolet 
928S 

Leasing our specialty. 

Route 128 Exit 41N 
Tel. 272-8880 



' ^ Cmpan}! 



arris l 



168 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS 01 730 



61 7/275-7020 



WE USE AND RECOMMEND THE 



PRUL MITCHELL 5Y5TEM 

PROFESSIONAL SALON PRODUCTS 



Good Luck And Congratulations To All Graduating Music 

Students 
From POIMS 



Scott Anderson 
Jenn Ashe 
Richard Axtell 
Lisa Berkowitz 
Lilo Carr 
Michael Durltin 
Mark Frederick 
Bradley Geilfuss 
Lori Goodwin 
Mark Gordon 



Liz Kleekamp 
Nadav Kupiec 
Chris McCune 
Julie McMahan 
Kayte O'Neil 
Jill Oblas 
Bryan Panzeri 
Kristen Pugh 
Catherine Putney 
Chris Rhodes 



Diana Ricci 
Kitty Rosewall 
Sandra Sabetty 
Carolyn Sarno 
Dwayne Sharpe 
Pam Taylor 
Seema Tiku 
Jeff Udell 
Becky Wolf 
Adrian Wood 



168 ADVERTISEMENTS 





169 





Congratulations Class of '90 

Alexander's 

353 The Great Road 



Absolute Offset 
wishes the best of luck 
to the '90 seniors 



The 




Doctor 

Feline Medicine and Surgery 



Robert W. Carlson. D.V.M. 
(617) 275-5223 



101 Great Road 
Bedford. MA 01730 



Ml Hordwore Corp. 



26 WESTON AVCNUe. SOMCRVILLC. MA • 666-3GOa 
RAILRaAO AVCNUC. BCOFORO. MASS. • 27S-76Sb 



The Spanish Club 
wishes 

Buena Suerte 



to our seniors and the 
Class of 1990 



170 ADVERTISEMENTS 



1 



Taylor 6 Lloyd, Inc. 
Bedford, Mass. 



"May Prosperity, Health 

And Good Fortune 
Be With You Always." 



"Good Luck Class Of 
90" 



Jock Taylor Ed Lloyd 




ADVERTISEMENTS 



171 



Congratulations 

and 
Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1990 



From the Class of 1992 



Congratulations 

and 
Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1990 



From the Class of 1993 



r 



BONNE CHANCE 



to our seniors 
"extraordinaires" and to the 
entire Class of '90 



Le Cercle Francais 



617-275-7787 
617-275-9898 




FULL inSURAMCE 
All aspects of tree care. 



MEAD BROS. TREE SERVICE, IMC. 

CERTIFIED ARBORISTS 

328 Great Road 
Bedford, HA 01730 



'/r 




Best Wishes To The 
Class of 1990 



i 



REALTORS 



138 the Great Road • Bedford. MA 01730 

Office 617 275-7777 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1990 
Law Offices Of 

Brown 6e 
Brown 

110 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 

riathaniel Brown, Esq. 



the purity 
supreme 
group 




Purity 
Supreme 
Your Basic 
Value Store 




174 ADVERTISEl^ENTS 



Congratulations And 
Best Wishes To The 
Class Of 1990 From All 
Of Us At Minuteman 
Volkswagen, Inc. 



^ VOLKSWAGEN 

oAv Ai iTi-inoi7Pn ^^^^ 




AUTHORIZED 

• SALES-275-8000 

• SERVICE-275-8004 

• PARTS-275-8005 



MINUTEMAN 
VOLKSWAGEN, INC. 

39 NORTH RD • BEDFORD. MA 
Exit 44N. off Rte. 128 

275-8000 




AUTHORIZED 

• SALES-275-8000 

• SERVICE-275-8004 

• PARTS-275-8006 



MINUTEMAN 
OLDSMOBILE, INC. 

39 NORTH RD • BEDFORD. MA 
Exit 44N.0t1 Rte 128 

275-8000 



LUONGO'S 

DRY 
CLEANER 




expert stain removal 
complete drapery service 
seasonal storage 

alteration service 



TEL. 275-7300 



32 SHAWSHEEN AVE. BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 



LICENSED 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1990 



Lawrence Carlton § 
Company, P-C. 

Certified Public Accountants 



27S«)37 




Richard F.AIbani, Inc. 

Building Contractor 



4 DAVIS ROAD 
BEDFORD. MA 01730 



ADVERTISEMENTS 175 




176 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Congratulations Cheryl! 

The words may sound familiar but the thoughts 
are as sincere, 

You fill our hearts with joyful love and pride 
year after year. 

Our best wishes for continued success in all 
you do, 

Love from Mom, Dad, Jennifer - Tippy and 
Oreo too! 



1 



Gian Filippo - 

Sei stato bravissimo! Auguroni 
da Mamma, Papa, Christina e 
David. 



Cindy, 

You're #1 with us! Keep up 
the good work. 
Love you, 

Mum, Dad, Dennis, Brian, 

and Traci 




Bedford — Billerica Tuxedo Shops 

'Tuxedos For All Occasions" 



Bedford Shopping Center 
158 Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 

617-275-9864 




Treble Cove Plaza 

199 Boston Road 

Billerica, Massachusetts 01862 

617-667-1475 



J 



ADVERTISEMENTS 177 



Nicole Adrian Kayte Chris Becky Liz Mark 





"Just call me Trigger!" 

"We're southbound in RI . . . 

of course there's no phone in 

the bathroom." 

"It's great to be the Sultan." 

"The gum, the gum, you don't 

have to eat the gum." 

"I swear to God I'm an 

atheist." 

The Numbers 

The Band Room sidewalk 

Lexington Playground 

Bowling 

Pictionary 



Hip Velocity Club 

Vick's VapoRub Club 

Dudley Road 

Coasting on Davis Road 

Drivers Ed. 

The Gap 

Pool Parties 

Mufflers/Cinema seat arms 
Movies at Kayte's 





178 ADVERTISEMENTS 



SKATING AND WRESTLING EQUIPMENT 
POWER MOWERS TRACTORS SNOW BLOWERS 



HA" 



DIAL 
275^)900 



ROUTE 4 
379 NORTH ROAD 



1 



' ^ Cmpanj; 



arris I 



163 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 01 730 



61 7/275-7020 



WE USE AND RECOMMEND THE 



PRUL MH'CIHELL 5Y51"EM 

PROFESSIONAL SALON PRODUCTS 



MARY KATE 

as you graduate 

we'll all be there to celebrate! 

Congratulations to the youngest of our 

big gang, 

with love from Mom and Dad. 



A.F.S. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF 1990 



Good luck to Timo Bengs and Kulo 
Lynge 

and to all the A.F.S. seniors: 
There's a world of opportunities out 
there. 



Lawrence Carlton S 
Company, P.C. 




ADVERTISEMENTS 179 



Congratulations to the boys' varsity 
soccer teann! 

1989 D.C.L. Champs 




Thanks for some fine soccer! 
— with appreciation from 

THE MILLERS 




180 ADVERTISEMENTS 




Josh, 

GO FOR IT! 
Love from Mom, 
Dad, Kate, Dave, 

Matt & Dan 



a f \A/P ^ 



Kris, 

We find in life exactly what we 
put into it. 

-Ralph Waldo Emerson 
Continue to pursue life with enthu- 
siasm and life will repay you with 
happiness. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Cori, Nikki, Jimmy, 
and Matt. 



Kevin, 

From the moment you were born you have always made 
us proud of you. You are unique in your love, caring, and 
devotion to your family. As you enter a new phase in your 
life, nothing but happiness, success, and a wonderful new 
world will be yours. All our love and pride will always be 
with you. Good luck to you, your friends, and fellow 
classmates. 

Mom, Dad, Daryle, and Brian 




Amy - May all your 
wishes come true! 
We love you. 
Mom, Dad, Laurie, 
Michelle and Mark 




To Scott, 

You are such a special person 
that when something wonderful 
happens to you the sun takes a new 
glow and life seems so much nicer. 
You deserve happiness because 
that is what you bring to everyone 
who knows you. Congratulations. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Megan 




Darling Jilly- 
You are the 
sunshine of 
our lives- 
You make the 
whole world 
sing! 

We love 
you! 

Congratula- 
tions 6f good 
luck 

to the greatest 
class - the 
class of 1990! 



J 



ADVERTISEMENTS 181 




Congratulations 
Best Wishes 
Cindy DeFrancesco 

And The Class Of '90 

Love . . . Seth W. Zenitz, General 
Manager Of The New Ramada! 

We will be happy to arrange a special package 
for your group's own particular needs. 

RAMADA® INN 



BEDFORD 

340 Great Road ■ Bedford. Massachusetts 01730 
Telephone: (617) 275-6700 



182 ADVERTISEMENTS 




Dennis, I just realized that I can look you in the eye! You're gonna try out for the school 
soccer team? Good Luck! First string JV? Great! Basketball? Already? First string JV? 
Great! Baseball? What happened to basketball? First string JV? How come I'm not 
suprised? Base softball for summer? Job? A JOB? Wait a minute! JV soccer, already? They 
moved you up to varsity? You got your first goal the day they brought you up! Varsity 
basketball? I just realized that I look UP to you!! Varsity baseball? Time is not standing 
still, and neither are you. You're playing summer Babe Ruth and Legion Baseball, and 
soccer too? Cape-Cod All-Star Team? Legion All-Star Team? Job? A JOB?? Varsity soccer 
already? 21 goals? CHAMPIONS!! That's great, but you're still gonna do your room! 
Basketball? Baseball? Son, how do you do it? I know! It's your drive, determination, skill, 
and a lot of hard work that brought you here! You are the living example of the perfect 
son! You have brought a pride to us that is undescribable. You have always striven to be 
the best, and in our eyes never failed in your attempts. Dennis, that determination will get 
you to the top in life. You always have been, and always will be the joy of our lives. 
Congratulations on your graduation. WE LOVE YOU. 
MOM AND DAD 




ADVERTISEMENTS 183 



GOOD LUCK 
AND 

FAREWELL 



to the Class of 1990 

and those who follow in their steps 




Thank you, Miss Hanley for the guidance 
and support that you have given us along 
the way. 



184 ADVERTISEMENTS 




Holly, 

Who has given us such joy. We are 
proud of you. Congratulations to you 
and the class of 1990! 

love, 
Monn and Dad 



JENNIFER 




You've brought so much Joy and pride into 
our lives. 

We wish that happiness, good health, and con- 
tinued success will be large and equal parts of 
your future. 

All our love and affection will always be with 
you. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Linda 
and Jay 





Congratulations Dave! 
We are very proud of you. 
May you always find happiness in whatever 
you do... 

Success in the mountains you climb... 

And love in your future... 

A son like you makes parenting worthwhile!!!! 

Love, Mom and Dad 
I^ikki too! 



ADVERTISEMENTS 185 




HAVILLAND'S 

( GRILLE ) 



I k_i;.inl ilmiiii; in .1 t.iMi.il scttlni;. rc.iiiirinj; .1 liulii 
t.ist\ jirilk- iiic ini Slop h\ lor .1 hilf ol lirc.ikl.isi. 
IuikIi. or cliniicr ( )r Icisl on one ot ilic lu si Siiml.u 
hnniLlits ;ln\^\lu■r(.■ ^oll ni.iy .ilso u.int lo nuliiltji- 
in one o( Our c•\clu^i\(.■ uc tki iul |\k k.ii;(. ^ 
K(.s(.r\alii>ns sn^i^tstid (..ill (6IT) 275 SSOO. 
Sloiiflcr Ikilloril dltn Ilottl. 1 1 MKlilkM. \ liinipikt 
Ikillorcl, MA or.^O 

STOiirrr R 

BEDFORD GLEIN HOTEL 



I'm" •> Ill I M..H 1 1 . 



DR. & MRS. 
GUY A. MCGARRY 



Best Wishes To The Class Of 
1990 




Congratulations 

John E. Japp, M.D. 



50 Loomis Street-Phone ^75-7513 
Bedford. MA. a730 



License ^1940 Telephone 275-0756 

BEDFORD OPTICAL CO. 

$30.00 off the normal price of soft 
tinted contact lenses for the 
Class of 1989 



Milton S. Moffett 
Registered Optician 



50 Loomis Street 
Bedford, MA 01730 



Richard A. Davidson, R.Ph. 

Consultani Pharmacisl FASCP 



Davidsons Pharmacy Inc. 

168 Great Road 
Bedford. MA 01730 
Phone (617) 275-6919 



BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 

99 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 
BEN SEARS (617) 275-8540 

Home 275-7865 






65 Loomis Street 
Bedford, MA 01730 




Open 7 Days a Week 

Monday-Thuritday 

10 00 a m lo 10 00 p m 

Friday and Saturday 

10 00 am lo 11 00 pm 

Sunday 

11 00 a m lo 10 00 pm 



WE DELIVER!! 
CALL 

275-3858 



J 



ADVERTISEMENTS 187 




McDonald's 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 
TO THE 
CLASS OF 90 

From The Entire Staff At 



McDonald^s 

9 



346 Great Road 
Bedford. Mass. 



Stouffer 
Bedford Glen Hotel 



44 Middlesex Turnpike 
Bedford, MA 01730 
617/275-5500 

Best Wishes to the Class of 1990! 



188 ADVERTISEMENTS 




Congratulations, 
Melissa and Suzanne. 
We are very proud of you! 
Love, 
Mom and Dad 




KATIE OUR PRIDE AND JOY 

Right from the start we have bten so proud of 
you and we love you very nouch 

There is so much to like atwut you Even as a 
child you had that certain way atwut that always 
made everyone smile 

Congratulations and Good Luck "Chipmonk" 
to you and the class of '90 (especially Chnssy, 
Sarah, Amy, Kristen. and Jimmy Kelly) 
Thanks Katie 
Love always. 
Mom. Dad. & Bill 



Brian, 

You light up our lives with laughter, 
pride, and joy. Congratulations on a 
wonderful past and best wishes for a 

fantastic future. 
Love, 

Mom and Dad 



- SARAH - 
(Hello?) You're Special! 
WeVe proud of you! 
We love you! 
our thanks - - 
for being a good kid. 
Mom, Dad, and Michael 



L 





BEST 




KA TIE PUTNEY CHRISSY 
CRONIN 

A Friend is a Friend 
When eyes meet in silence a pact 

can be made. 
A life long alliance that won't he 
betrayed. 
Won't be betrayed 
A friend is a friend 
Nothing can change that 
Arguments, squabbles can't break 
the contract 
That each of you makes to the 
death, to the end 
Leave your future to the hands of 
your friends 
Be friendly, befriend me now 
A promise is a promise a handshake 

will seal it 
No amount of discussion could ever 
reveal it 
Commitment forever 
To follow a limb 
To leave your future in the hands of 
your friends 
Be friendly, befriend me now 
Be friendly, befriend me now 
When eyes meet in silence a pact 

can be made 
A life long alliance that won't be 
betrayed. 
Won't be betrayed. 

-Pete Townsend 

AMY PIETCHEL SARAH 
GLENNON 



FRIENDS 






ADVERTISEMENTS 191 



CHEDCINKAYJULDIAMEIA2 




What IS a Friend? 

A friend Is someone whom you can talk to. 
They'll sit and they'll listen and won't desert you. 

A friend is someone who'll always be there. 
Most intimate feelings with them you can share. 
A friend is someone who'll show you the way 
To get back on track if you're ever astray. 
A friend is someone who'll always be true. 
They'd never do anything to try to hurt you. 
A friend is someone whom you can trust. 
An honest relationship is a true must. 
A friend is someone with whom you'll have fun 
And share you're fond memories for all years to 
come. 

A friend is someone you treat as though royal. 
To each other you're kind, and truthful, and loyal. 
A friend is someone who lives in your heart. 
Whom you love and care for till death do you 
part. 

Some friendships don't last, they piiter away. 
A real friend stands by you. and was put there to 
Slay. 

- Cindy DeFrancesco - 



Cheryl 
Cindy 
Kayte 

Julie 
Diana 
Melissa 
Melissa 



192 ADVERTISEMENTS 


















Congratulations! 








PREMIER VIDEO 


Lisa Sue, 
You have made us proud. 
Keep striving for your 
endeavors and beliefs. May 
all the happiness, love and 
success come your way. 

Love always. 
Mom, Dad, Rachael, and Valentine 


203 Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
275-1505 




CONGRATULATIONS 
And 
Best Wishes 
To The Class Of 
1990 

Fronn The Class Of 
1991 




J 



193 ADVERTISEMENTS 



r 



Congratulations Kara and 
the Class of 1990! 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Jennifer. 




CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1990! 




L 



THE YEARBOOK STAFF 

Mary Atkinson, Lisa Berkowitz, Jeff Campagna, Camarie 

Clark, Tammy Coriaty, Melissa Ferro, Suzi Ferro, Judy 
Galani, Kara Iverson, Josh Kennedy, Diana Ricci, Sandra 
Sabetty, Kathy Schowalter, Eileen Shaughnessy, and Ms. 

Mehrle. 



194 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Congratulations! 



siNcc'^^^aao 

fMMS 



18 NORTH ROAD 
BEDFORD, MA 01730 



275-6501 
275-3040 



BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 

99 The Gread Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



BEN SEARS 



(617) 275-8540 
Home 275-7865 



The Bedford Jewish Community 

Extends its congratulations 
to the Graduating Class of 1990 
and their families. 
Congratulations! 



The 



RU 



CREW 



Then. 




Now. 




Kunchmois, Sweet Cheeks, 
Four Inches 
Pac, Scott 

*The RU, it'll kill you and me 
before it's through." 



195 ADVERTISEMENTS 



Taking a Step Back 



Hurricane Hugo swept up the East 
Coast, leaving a path of destruction in 
its wake. 



After surrendering to US troops, 
Manuel Noriega reassures his 
followers. 




Talking to the people of Poland, 
George Bush proclaims his victory. 



Atop the Berlin Wall, millions 
celebrate the end of a Communist 
dictatorship. 



196 CURRENT EVENTS 



Michael Keaton portrayed the title role 
in the blockbuster 1989 movie. Batman 



After falling from his religious 
podium, Jim Baker is finally 
sentenced. 





The weather wasn't the only thing 
hot about the summer of 1989. Mel 
Gibson returned to the screen in 
Lethal Weapon 2. 



The people of Eastern-block countries 
celebrate their new-found freedom. 



CURRENT EVENTS 197 



Violence escalates as students 
demonstrate in China. 



People magazine votes Sean Connery 
the Sexiest Man of 1989. 




198 CURRENT EVENTS 



Arsenio Hall becomes the star of his 
own late night TV program, The 
Arsenio Hall Show. 



Spike Lee is recognized for his racially 
charged movie Do the Right Thing. 




Paula Abdul dances and sings her 
way into stardom. 



California is devastated by another 
earthquake. 



CURRENT EVENTS 199 



Albani, Scott 

4 Davis Rd 

Activities: Soccer 1.2. Varsity 3, Captairt 4; Basketball 1.2. 
Varsity 3.4; Baseball 1.2. Varsity 3.4. Prom Decorating J. 
SADD 4. Latin Club 3.4; Hall Decorating 4 Thanks To: Mr 
Maxwell. Mr. Kelly, Mr. Keup - for college recommenda- 
tions; the soccer team - "the best tesm ever", the basketball 
team - especially "the pine bros "; the baseball team; Coach 
Sab - for sticking with me; "the Crew" Dan. Tom. Grub. 
D.T., Mike ].. Adam, Mike C - you guys were tough to 
figure out at times but I wish you the best; "the Latin 
Crew"; also Scott V., Ken, and Lennox; Maddox for letting 
me tool on you; all the rest of the senior girls, good luck! A 
very special thanks to Mama. Dad, Meg, Mark A , Dave 
Sainato. Liam. Robin. Heather C . and Father P. - you guys 
have all had a big influence on me and are very special 
people. I will never forget you nine and I will love you guys 
forever! Future Goals; Since I have not done it in my four 
years at BHS, I would like to grow an inch or two before I 
die. Most of all I hope to keep all my hair and never go bald 
or Hair Club here I come! 



A Ives, Mark 
13 Bedford VIg. 

Activities: Soccer J V 1.2; Varsity 3,4; Varsity Ski Team 1.2 
Varsity Hockey 3. Prom Decorating 3; Hall Decorating 
2.3,4; Mr. C's Soccer Tournement 2- Thanks To: Special 
thamks to my mom for helping when I needed you and my 
father for everything you've done for me; Also my brother, 
thanks and sorry for all of the clothes I ruined, and my 
Nana, thanks for helping me out when I needed you I love 
you all. Also thanks to my relatives and my far away 
friends Christian and Anthony Thanks to my buddie*- 
Len. Lee. Ken. Chris M, Dave S, Dave H. Eric, Sal. Mark C. 
Rich, Ernie, Bob. Jim C, Dave f. Dave I. Kaan. Holtzy. 
Nicole. Dana for the beatins, Sean. Poole, Scott Anderson. 
Florentino Rowell. and the crew' Dan. Tom, Mike. Mike 
Adam, Grub, Ashe. Boffa. Lori. Dennis, Pam. Mary Kate 
Thanks to Mike Serra, the smartest hack in the world, 
weights, and Phil Poor, one of the best there is and to the 
Poor family, thanks for everything And to Scott Albani for 
all the fun times and thanks to anyone I missed Also to 
Stasia J Koskey good luck in college' Thanks for every 
thing Stace. Future Caah: To win the ten dollar bet with 
my brother, in a way I hope I lose. Good luck Anton To 




become a statie if / ever grow any more, to he able to run 
faster than Mark Grey and bench more than Sean Wilson 
And to meet my cousin s teammate Herschal Walker, and 
to go to Sweden where the mint blondes are, with Phil 



Anderson, Scott 

19 CI en ridge Dr. 

Activities: Soccer 1.2 Varsity 3,4, Ski Team 1.2. Tennis 3.4. 
Shed 3. French Club 1.2, Latin Club 4. Cory Mangs 1.2.3.4. 
Prom Decorating 3. Concert Band 1,2. Orchestra 3.4. Fort 
Night 3 Thanks To: Those people who live with me (fam- 
ily), all those kids on Clenridge, the soccer team, the shed 
crew, brucers, Mangs. tidbitters, and anyone and everyone 
else Special thanks to Jim/Kunschmois - yol. and his dad, 
Ian/Sweet Cheeks ■ finally got your car. Eric ■ absolutely. 
Seidman and his Ru. Tom - thanks for everything. Brad 
and Nadav - keep up that fazz. Ami - whatever you do. good 
luck. Judy ' thanks for all. Cara. Holly. Courtney. Jamie- 
/Hym. and most of all to Jen. my love Future Cosh: To 
expose the world to the supremacy of the Gory Mangs. 
Marry my wife, make some bucks here and there, see Ami 
eradicate her myth, and have me. the wife, and fnends lead 
a happy, prosperous, and humorous life. 

Andrews, Angel 

Ashe, Jenn 

55 Wild wood Drive 

Activities: Swimming 1.3.4. Majorettes 2.3.4. Class Presi- 
dent 1. Homeroom Representative 2.3.4. Powder Puff 3.4. 
Hail Decorating 1.2.3.4. Prom Decorating 3 SADD 3.4 
French Club 2.3.4. Citiienship Committee 3.4. Dollars for 
Scholars 1.2.3.4. Student Advisory Committee to the School 
Committee 3.4. Statewide Student Advisory Committee 3.4. 
Bedford ■ France Exchange 2.3 Thanks To: K^th. Lon. Pam. 
Ami. Jennie. Mary Kate. Suti. Kristin. Michelle. Jill, and 
Lynne And to the guys Mike. Adam. Grub. Tommy. 
Danny. Dennis, and Mike J Mostly to Mom. Dad. Jay. and 
Linda for being such a supportive family I love you all so 
much Future Coak: To always be Queenie and Sassy 
and for everyone to remember that no one tells me to shut 
up 

Ax ten. Rich 

8 Orchard Drive 

Activities: Concert Band I. Wind Ensemble 23.4. March- 
ing Band 1.2.3.4 Varsity Swimming 1 2.3.4. Baseball I.Z 
Latin Club 3.4 Thanks To: D Holli*. Brian (chloroform 
who?). Tanya (whine much?!. Dentte. Mr* French for sav- 
ing my life. Mrs Byron the CVS crew. Loon Pond. N H . 
YG. percussionists at BHS (and honorary percussionists) 
other band people. Mrs Maciko (for letting me swtm the 
200), the yVestford people, and a very special thanks to 
Mom. Dad. Charlie. Auntie. Cram, and Gramp and anyone 
else who has affected my life for the better Future Caak: 
To become very successful m whatewr I may endeavor 

Bass, Barbara 

24 Ledgewood Dnve 

Activities: Concert Band LZJ. ^ni^h Club 2.3 SADD 4 
Thank* To: Thsnks to my pjrmtt. Michelle, tnd Sandy 
Also thsnks to Meli^-*-j snd CinJie.eYrn though they're not 
here this year Future Goat*- I pUn to t^ome a historian 
and possibly an editor for either or periodicals 

Bengs, Timo 

25 WiJdwood Dr 

Activities: Cross Country 4. Ski Team 4. Jazt Ensemble 4. 
Track 4. AFS 4 Thanks To: My family in Finland for all the 
support and love faculty and students at BHS All the AFS 
people especially Mr and Mrs Spofford all my friends 
and big thanks to the Fehlau family for all understanding 
and making my year a great experience Future Goak: To 
finish my high school with good grades in Finland And to 
get good college education for life. After that No wsy. 
daily routine for the rest of my life 

Berkowitz, Lisa 
15 Gould Road 

Activities: SADD 2.3 4 Hall Decorating 1.2.3. Latin Club 
3.4. Yearbook 2.3. Business Editor 4. Concert Band 2. Flag 
Squad 1.2.3. captain 4 Thsnks To: The flag squsd - keep 
going for the gold" Mrs G for everything! All my flag 
buddies - Cone for my nickname. Beans. Odi. Lisa - my 
t*vin. Mich. aRe. Jenn. Seema - Rick is cool' What hap- 
pened to my rearview mirrori Special thanks to Lii ■ for 
being theref The D-penod unassigned Get-Along Gartg. 



Tanya and Julie! the Latin IV scholars'. Linda - E-periad 
lunch rebel' Kayte ■ for Friday night get-togethers' Melissa 
- cool earrings' Many thanks to Mom and Dad for helping 
me strive to reach my goals' Rachel ■ do you know thsi 
group Winger? and killer Val' Future Goah: To go to 
college, move to Manhattan, become a high class lawyer 
marry an Australian and buy my red BMW And keep 
everyone smiling! 




Berman, Eric 

5 Reeves Rd 

Activities: Vsrsity Soccer 1.2.3.4. Vsrsity Ski Team 1^.4. 
Trsiner 1. Vsrsity Lacrosse 2. JV Tennis 3.4. AFS Uruguay 
Summer 8S. AFS President 3 4. French Club 2.3.4. Spanish 
Club 3.4. Legislative Committee 4. Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4. 
SADD 4 Drsms Club 1.2 Vunks To: Special thanks to 
Mom. Dad. and Josh for putting up with me Adam and 
Msrk A for being there since 7th grade Adam, are we m 
Chicage? Lynne and Jill for cheering and being cool. Nu k 
S - ski team rules' Dennis S for being yourself. Scott \ 
LennoM. and Ken D for being all around nice guys Court 
ney. Holly. Cara. and the rest of the Cumby crew Thr 
Boy s Soccer Team • the best BHS has ever hsd Thanks I oi 
the help Liam Mr Cscciola for keeping me together with 
tspe and Chrissy. Dan. Mike J. MikeG Scott A. Base. Tom 
Tammy. Suii. Grub and the cool /uniors I can t forget 
Michelle. Maureen Cait. my pal Ms Lohrum and everyone 
else that I couldn t fit in Future Goak: To make it in *omt 
field of work that will enable me to ski the Alps, surf La 
Jolla. play soccer m the World Cup. and make the US 
Olympic Luge team 

Boffa. Kathy 

23 Curve St 

Activities: Ensembles 1. Hall E)ecorating I.ZJ Prom Decch 
rstmg 3. Homeroom Representative 1.2.3. Softball 2J.4 
Thanks Toe Special thsnks to Jennie. Lori. Sumi. Mary Kate 
Pam. Jill. Lynne. Ami Kristin, for all the fun times And to 
all the guy* - Danny. Grub Adam E)ennis Tommy Mike 
G . and Mike J L^st. but not least Jenn - for e^xrything m 
the past four years Oh and to Jim for making it all worth- 
while Future Goak: To graduate from college m four years 
come home and find Danny. Grub. Dennis, and Mike } 
rating my food and playing Nintendo in my liv\r\g room 



Bo wen. Ami i 
/; Fox Run Rd 

Activities: Field Hockey 1. Varsity 2.3. captsin 4. LegisU- 
f;vT Committee 3. co-chairperson 4. French Club 2^.4. Citi- 
xrnship Committee 3.4. NHS 3. secretary 4 Yearbook 4 
Thanks To: The field hockey team - Let s go LADIES' Jenn 
Kathy. Brian ■ No. there wss not a guy on my front lawn' 
Lisj B. Courtney Holly Cara. Jim. Scott. Ian Tommy 
Chns W . and. oh yeah. Eric, and Baby. Snee. Mommy and 
Daddy Future GmIk To eradicate the myth th^f bionde> 
4 re stupid 

Brunelleschi, Gian 

9 Adams Rd 

Activities^ Varsity Ski Team 2.3.4. JV and Varsity Soccer 
3 4. Latin Club 2.3.4. National Honor Society 3.4 Thsitks 
To: All my family members BHS faculty members and 
counselors. Soccer and Ski team coaches and members all 
the Latin Club members and NHS members all other 
fnends Future Goak: Co to college and ma/or in the gener- 
al field o( engineering 



200 SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Busch, Jim 

434 Glen ridge Drive 

Activities: Varsity Swim Team 1,2,3,4; Varsity Track 2,3,4. 
Latin Club 3, vice-president 4, 5ADD 3,4, Hall Decorating 
2,3,4; Prom Decorating 3; Jazz Ensemble 1,2,3,4; The Mangs 
1,2,3,4; Fort Nights 3,4; Tasty Bits 4. Thanks To: All my 
high school friends who I forgot to list, Scott, Ian and his 
sweetcheeks, Eric and his rosy intestines, Brian S.(no com- 
ment), Cara, Holly, Courtney, Kitty (who wants to beat me 
up), Kara, Ami, Tammy, Brad, Nadav, Brian P., Dwayne 
Sbarpe (what a rock), Pasquale the Ghost. Uncle Packy. 
Jamie, Dan B. for his swordfish surprise, the Ru, the Blue 
Bomber (or Death Car), my Latin buddies (Cars - 
"Eeeeehh"), the Aquabucs (and Aquabuckettes). and every- 
one else. Special thanks to the family. Future Goals: To 
pass a math test; to be happy doing whatever I do; to see 
Brian replace Dr. Ruth as the nation's leading therapist, 
and to enroll my kids in the Brian Seidman School of 
Creative Driving; to make friends wherever I go (and keep 
the old ones); to be a Solid Gold Dancer. 

Campagna, Jeff ^^"""^ 

7 Sibley Drive 

Activities: Yearbook Student Life Editor 3, Editor-in-chief 
4; Forum contributor 1,3. Editorials Editor 4; Drama Club 
1,2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 3, co-chairman 4; Legisla- 
tive Committee 3.4; SADD 3.4; Telemedia 2,3,4, NHS 3.4. 
Contra Cercle Francais 4. Thanks To: My family (you know 
who you are). Fluffy, the Northway Hamels: Nancy, Ralph. 
David, Daniel, and especially Liz, Em, Dan, and Sylvia, the 
non-existant Anti-clique, Mark, Lilo, Judy, Lyz, Sandra. 
Neil, Kayte, everyone on yearbook whoever you are, Chris 
Welch and Team Aerodrame, Mrs. Hoyt. Mr. Spinosa, the 
institution of higher education that will have me and please 
let it be Brown, Bobby, anyone who had anything to do 
with seeing that Dare I Eat A Pooch got finished, and. uh. 
oh yeah. Josh. Future Goats: To make movies as incredibly 
good as Woody Allen, witness the downfall of the Republi- 
can party, try to do the decent thing, reach the peak, and 
have the last laugh. 



Carr, Lilo 

178 Old Billerica Rd 

ActivHes: Madrigal 2.3,4; Choir 1; Double Sextette 2.3; 
Show Choir 4; Marching Band 2,4; Drame Club 1.2, Presi- 




dent 3,4; French Club 1,2,3; Contre Cercle Francais 4, 
founder; Tournement of Plays 1,2.3,4; Spring Play 1,2; Mu- 
sical 1,2.3,4; Music Accreditation Committee 3; Forum 3, 
Literary Magazine 2. Thanks To: My family - Dad, Kirdy. 
Tina. Emily and Syl; the Penlands - Ralph, Nancy, Liz, 
David, Daniel, Mindy, Nikki, Jeff, Becky. Adrian, Chris R.. 



Chris W , Neil (my CCF co-founder). John T. Liz K., Kitty. 
Kayte, Matt S.. My bestest friend, Mark, and Stophe, my 
chicken toes. Future Goals: To always have ice cream in my 
fridge. With tons o'jimmies. And to know Mark 's children. 

Carroll^ Dan 

62 Woodland Rd 

Activities: Soccer 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Prom Decorating 3; Hail 
Decorating 1.2.3,4; SADD 4 Thanks To: Mom, for all the 
support you have given me throughout high school Mike 
J., for making it rain. Dennis, for those rides in the AM; 
Grub, for being red. Mike G. for Nintendo, Adam, for 
someone to bug; Tom and Scott, for protecting me in goal, 
Phil. Mark, Lennox. Raffa, Boof, Queenie, Goody. Suzi, 
Maddox, Mary Kate. Pam. Jill, and Lynne. Mr. and Mrs. 
Sullivan for everything. Special thanks to: Christine, for 
always being there and for everything you have done for 
me. I love you. Future Goals: Go to college, never attend a 
party while I'm there, marry a Boston College nursing 
student, move to Paris, live in a big house and have a fast 
dog named Heidi. 

Chapman, Wendy 

16D Bedford Village 

Thanks To: Special thanks to - my mother for being there 
for me - Ma - 1 love you - for my father - 1 love you! To Rob 
- 1 love you - (Chop)ha ha - thanks for helping me through 
all the rough times! Thanks to my friends for all the good 
times - Angela - for the "all nighters" - we had a blast! 
Tracy and Dori for the newfound friendship - you guys are 
great! Kim J - running out of gas ■ "can I use your brush?" 
Kim Wilson - "Hey it's lunchtime!" Kristin Decaprio for 
freshman year and Trade Peaks and Phil Poor! Thanks to 
Mr. and Mrs Pittman - I love you both! Also a special 
thanks to Mrs. Donovan for helping me through all these 
years and being understanding! Ms. Lohrum for helping 
me graduate - 1 couldn't have done it without you - Thanks! 
Future Goals: To become a dental hygenist. marry Rob. 
have six children and be happy for the rest of my life! 

Chase, Lennox 

77 Ballon Ave. 

Activities: Football 1. JV 2. Varsity 3.4; Varsity Track 3.4; 
Varsity Indoor Track 3,4. Basketball 1. Class President 
2.3,4; Boy's State 3. Thanks To: My mother and father, 
coaches. Marcus, Ken. Marc, Liam, Scott. Nick, John, Tim. 
Steve, Jill, Lynne, Mike. Tom, Dan. Bob, Adam, Suzi, Sean, 
Rich. Mike. Chris, Phil. Dwayne. Brian, Scott. Naymere, 
Angel, Steve. Ryan, Manoose, Phil. Mike. Chrissy, Katie. 
Future Goals: To go on to college. 

Chen, Ken 

28 Sei fridge Rd 

Activities: Rifle Team 2,3.4; Forum 4. Thanks To: Mom, 
Dad. and George for being supportive. Brian. Dave Holtz- 
man. and Dave Cooke for the rides. Jim. Gian. Carl. Chris. 
Jane, for being good friends. Future Goals: To major in 
biochemistry in college and to hopefully find a cure for 
AIDS. 

Clark, Camarie 

107 Davis Rd 

Activities: Softball 1.2,3,4; Class Secretary 1.2,3,4. Spanish 
Club 3,4; SADD 3.4; AFS 3,4; Yearbook 4; Powder Puff 4; 
Prom Decorating 3; Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4. Thanks To: 
Tammy for being a true friend, Jenn for helping me realize 
who I am. Brian for being my height, Kara and Kitty - for 
putting up with me. the hipster. Laura. Nichelle, Kris- 
Angela - I miss you all! Cara, Holly. Courtney. Sarah - for 
that wonderful summer walking up Great Road. Chrissy. 
Katie. Amy, Lynne (notice the "e") "I like your shoes. " Jill 
for waking me up every morning on telemedia always with 
a smile. Chad, Larry, Mike Z.. Jason. Karrie, Heather. Jes- 
sie, for making my Junior year oh! - so memorable. Neil 
Just for being you. Jim and Ian for helping me through 
English, Brian S. for the wonderful time at the prom - 
where did you go? the teen center crew, and everyone else 
in Bedford that made me feel at home here. Special thanks 
to my family. Mom. Dad, Nick, Dolores. Helen - I'm the 
last one Mom! Miss Hanely for helping me through the 
years and don 't forget the sign "where were you?"! Hasta la 
vista Baby! Future Goals: To leave Bedford and travel to 
Australia with Tammy and John to find Yahoo Serious. 



Clinton, Sandra 

21 Pope Terrace 

Cooke, David 

4 Nicker son Rd. 

Activities: JV Baseball 1.2, Varsity 3.4. NHS 3.4. Forum 3; 




SADD 4; Spanish Club 4- Thanks To: My family, especially 
my sister, my closest friends, and most importantly, my 
classmates. Future Goals: To always be able to see the 
lighter side of things and to give it my best shot in the 
future. 

Coriaty, Tammy 

11 Constitution Dr. 

Activities: French Club 1,2,3; AFS 4; Class Treasurer 3,4. 
Yearbook 4; Prom Decorating 3; Hall Decorating 1,2.3,4; 
J. V. Field Hockey 2; Powder Puff 4 Thanks To: Brian! Kris- 
angela Marie Just Because ... Camarie for keeping me in- 
sane. Laura, Nichelle. Kenda - I miss you guys! Michael for 
making my summer memorable. Kara. Kitty, the Hipster, 
the two Mikes and Scott B for making me who I am. Adam 
for making me laugh at myself. John for keeping me in 
line. Jim, Ian, Cara, Holly, Courtney, Liam, Dwayne. Mike 
Z., Chad, Larry, Suzi - 1 didn t forget you! and everyone else 

1 may have left out who helped me through my 4 years at 
Bedford High. Special thanx to Ms. Lohrum and my family 
- Dad, Mom, Sean. Chris, Melissa and Fred, the wonder dog 
for putting up with me. Hasta La Vista Baby! 1 finally made 
it! Future Goals: To go to college and finally leave Hans- 
corn. And to travel to Australia with Camarie and John to 
find Yahoo Serious. 

Cotton, Franklin 

54 Wildwood Dr. 

Cronin, Christine 

2 Reed Lane 

Activities: Field Hockey Varsity 1.2.3,4; Basketball Varsity 
1,2,3; Softball Varsity 1,2.3.4; French Club 2.3.4; SADD 
2,3,4; Hall decorating 2,3,4; Prom decorating 3; Powder Puff 
3,4; Athletic Committee 4. Thanks To: Thank you Mom 
and Dad. With all of your help and love, it made high 
school much easier. Paul and Michelle, you guys are the 
best! The bobsies - Katie my best friend. Amy and Sarah. I 
couldn't have made it without you guys! For all the good 
times we had Lisa (you 're awesome). Robin. Kristen. Court- 
ney, Cara and Holly. The guys, thank you Scott. Rich. 
Kenny, Lennox, Liam. Eric and Lee and Pete (you guys are 
great!) Thanks to the field hockey team (Mary Kate, Mi- 
chelle. Mo and Kerry) and all the people in youth ministry 
for the ski trip and fun times we've shared. Future Goals: 
To find a high paying career, fall madly in love, get married 
and live life to its fullest! 

Crump, Tara 
1 Patrick Place 

Activities: Track 2; Cheerleading 3,4; Peer Leadership 3.4; 
Hall Decorating 3: Powder Puff 4. Spanish Club 3. Prom 
Decorating 3. Thanks To: Special thanks to my mom who 
stuck by me through anything, I love you very much. My 
best friends in the whole world: Franklin C. Sheldon. Ni- 
cole, (my sister) Toni (roni 89), and Tayna. I II always re- 
member you. and our long weekends. Brian Alexander, 
you're the best Steve P you're too cool. Christine you re 
cool. My cheerleading buddies: Lynne. Jillian. Suzi. Steph. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 201 



A-lee-sha, Caro and Kathy, Kelly and Jen Carson. I love 
you all, and I'll miss you.Jen Carson you're ihe coolest 
Salt-n-Pepa crew; Lori, MaryKale. and Jen. you guys are 
too cool Kristin M you're the best To Reggie really we 
have had some really bad times, but also some really good 
times We did better the second time around I love you 
very much, and I'll miss you the most. Thank you so much 
for you're love and understanding, and the best two years 
of my life. Nicole King you're the best friend ever. Thanks 
Tammy C. for the long bus rides home. Also Rich F. Chris 
M, and Lennox C. you guys are the best. Good luck Lennox 
thanks for a great Jr Prom To everyone I might have 
forgotten. Good luck Deiayne you kept me going I love 
you. Future Coah:Go to Ohio State, and become a success- 
ful accountant. Hopefully become a model later on after 
college. 

Davis, Michelle 

93B Scott Circle 

Aclivilies:Softball 2.4. Prom Decorating 3 Thanks To: Sun 
and Kim for all the laughs, talks, and great memories. I 
love you guys. Lisa for all the times we had nothing to do 
but had fun anyway Chris. Randall, Ronel. Tim. Dave, and 
Scott for all the crazy partying-especially the times no one 
ended up down in the station which leads me to thank all 
the easy-going base cops. Sean for the best summer-89. 
Kristin for the latest gossip All the sassy girls: Lori, Pam. 
Jenn. MaryKale. Jennie and Kathy for a mint senior year 
Kaan.Jr Prom. Dennis, oncea basey always as basey. Dave 
F. for almost seeing R E M. Mike G for being a bum. Ken 
for a wild romance Freshman year. Donna for great 
lunches. Brian. Jimmy, and Ernie for all the laughs 
Tammy, Peg and Deb for the best Freshman year Carla I 
miss ya. Also thanks to Ali. Trade, Nicole, Nikki, Kristin 
R, the banana boat. Chris M. Mike. Dan. Adam. Grub, and 
Tom. and anyone else I might have forgotten. Special 
thanks to my family, especially my mom and dad who 
always tried to push me to do my best. I love you Future 
Goals: To always have my memories of these years To 
never lead a dull or boring life Always be happy whether I 
succeed in life or not To eternally have a huge poof! 

DeFransisco, Cindy 

16 Sunnyfield Rd. 

Activilies;Spanish Club 2.3, secretary/photographer 4. 




S.A.D.D3,4: Yearbook 4: Student Athletic Training 2; Pow- 
der Puff 3; NHS 3.4. A.FS 4. Thanks To: Cher. Cin. Jul. 
Dia. Melx2. Friends Forever! Lisa. Mom. Dad. Traci. Brian. 
Dennis, and everyone else who made my high school years 
what they were. Future Coals: To be all I can be. to aim 
high, and to look for a few good men! As well as be 
successful, keep Cheryl out of trouble, and continue to give 
Diana the common "cents" she needs! 



Doorakian, Duane 

4 Bandera Dr. 

Dougherty, Ken 

312 Concord Rd. 

Activities: Football 1, Track 3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, French 
Club 3: SADD 4, Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4. Home Room Rep 
1.2.3.4; Home Coming 4. Prom Decorating 3 Thanks To: 
Special thanks to Mom and Dad and my family Thank s ro 
Pete, call my muther, Dennis the Indians, Robin for every 
thing. Scooter V you re the best, Scott A . Liam. Lennox 
Rich F, Kris M , Allison, Michelle D for a wild romance 
Mark A., Lynne you re the greatest, Jill, Eric B. Katie 
Amy Sarah, Lee, Chrissie, Nick S . YM Moe and M, 
chelle, all the zoo crew, the Baseball Team, and anyone el^e 
I might have forgotten as well as last year s C period crrv. 
Future Coals: To get married, become a lawyer, have fnt- 
kids and live in a nice house in the suburbs 

Durkin, Mike 

48 Shawseen Rd. 

Activities: Concert Band 1. Wind 2,3,4, Marching Band 
1.2.3.4. Jaiz Band 1.2.3.4. Choir 1.2.3. Musical 1.2.3.4 
Thanks To: Mike and Gat my two best friends in the 
world, and Thanks to Ricardo. Juan. Shan. Judy. Sandra. 
Rachel, and Rachel. Laura, and all the rest Thanks for all 
the good times but most of all thanks to my family Future 
(Joals: Co where I want to go and do what I want to do 

Eagles, Courtney 
J Oregon Avenue 

Activities: Varsity Tennis lj.3.4. J V Field Hockey I. Var- 
sity Field Hockey 2.3. Clpfln 4: J V Basketball 3. Co- 
Captain 4. Latin Club 3. Pnndent 4. SADD 2.3 4. Teleme- 
dia 4. Hall Decorating 2J.4 Prom Decorating 3 Thanks 
To: Holly and Cara - my buJJju that I II never forget Lisa 
I love your car. Ami. the Ru Crew Brian. Ian Swertcherks 
Jim Kunchmois. Eric and Cumby. the Field hockey team 
Dane. Amy. Crissy. Sarah the grubbles. Kitty. Dwayne 
Lisa B. Rich. Eric B. Mr Sabourin. and my family Future 
Goals: Become a UN ambassador, end apartheid in South 
Africa while being a part time writer who tips cows with 
Kilty 

Ellis, Gordon 

2t> Nickerson Rd. 

Activities: 3 Years at Shawshern and a prayer Ttunks Tlx 
Everyone who didn t ask me Why are you back ' . Dave 
Cooke for all the rides to school Laura Heenan. wherever 
you are. I Love You Future Cotk To become a sports 
broadcaster or work in the music recording industry, and 
to design my own house 



Fedele, Rich 

1 Saran Ave. 




Activities: Freshman Foalhlt I JV Football I Varsity 
Football 3.4. Varsiiy Bastbali Prom Decorating 3 

Thanks To: Mom. Dad mi Brian. Chris. Ed. Chei. Mike. 
Scott A.. Scott V. Sean. Mark G. Marcus. Allison. John. 
Tom. Mike Courtney. Kits. Holly. Cara. Dennis. Ken. 
Dana. Jill. Adam. Lenny Russel. Dwayne. Ben M . and All 
of my Coaches Future Goals: To live and see a torn family 
patched 

Ferro, Melissa 

e> Ledge wood Dr. 

Activities: Varsity Swim Team 1.2.3.4. Yearbook 3. Manag- 
ing Editor-in-chief 4. AFS 2.3.4. SADD 3.4. Cilitenship 
Committee 3.4. NHS 3. Treasurer 4. Math League 4. Science 
League 4. Hall Decorating 2.3.4. Prom Decorating 3. 
Thanks To: Mom and Dad for always caring and helping 
me. I love you both. Suzanne, the best friend I ve ever had 
and ever will have, no one knows me the way you do. 
Sandra for some of the most memorable and funniest times 
of my life, nothing will ever compare. Judy for always 
caring about what I have to say and listening to my stupid 
stories, mine will never be as great as yours. Jeff and Kara 
for the stimulating and totally serious meetiixgs ' we had. 
even when we got nothing done (most of the time) or 
disagreed (all of the time); Jill the only person I d ever pick 
up every morning. Nicole and Linda for taking another 
year of physics with me, we must ve been asleep or stupid 
or both, Eric for making sure I don 't "cry ' too much, Mary. 
Diana, Kathy and Eileen for your support and help through 



it all; all of Suz's friends for controlling yourselves. Mrs 
Byron, you'll always be with us. Mr Stephenson, thanks 
for the key. and finally everyone else I've ever met or talked 
to and everyone I meet after I've turned this in. I couldn't 
have made it without you Future Coals: To own my own 
car and never share it with anyone, to make it through each 
day without too much stress or anxiety; and to keep laugh- 
ing at myself, which shouldn't be too hard 




Ferro, Suzanne 

6 Ledgewood Drive 

Aciivilhs: Soccrr 2. Cheerleading 3.4. Softball 2.4. Spanish 
Club 1.3.4, SADD 3,4, Hall Decorating 1,2,3,4. Prom deco- 
rating 3. Yearbook 4. Powderpuff 3.4 Thanks TiK Michelle 
for always being there. I love ya. thanks for all the memo- 
ries Pam. Lori. Jennie. Kath. MaryKate. Jenn. I doni know 
what I'd do without you' Thanks for always standing by 
me We vr had alot of laughs, and shared a lot of crazy 
times, and I love all you guys Siephie-goon chicken. A- 
alicia. Jill you always understand.and it means alot. and 
Lynne and Kris To the guys Tommy the most gorgeous 
guy in the world. Danny for making me laugh. Dennis for 
bring a good friend. Grub since our war freshman year, 
Mike G for the talks. Adam for MC s cake, and to Mike J I 
couldn t forget you, we shared a lot of good times All you 
guys are special to me Kelly and Nik for crazy limes 
Berrelli. Caro and Katy. Jen. Tara and the rest of you girls 
Thanks to Ry for the memories we shared. Alison. Peg. 
Deb. and Tammy Carla. I miss you so much Also Lennox 
for laughing with me and Jon for almost being my brother 
Mostly thanks to Lissa. I don I know what I'll do without 
you. and Mom and Dad you ve given me so much and I 
love you Also to all those I forgot thanks for making these 
four years the best they could he Future CojiK To find 
something exciting to do with my life, who knows what, 
but It 11 be great' To never forget what s really important in 
life, like my old friends and my family, and to never ever 
share a car wi(A my sister again 

Finkelstein, Aaron 

17 Clark Rd 

Activilits: Baseball 1,2 Varsity 3,4. Varsity Swimming 
1.2,3.4. Varsity Golf 1,2.3,4. Hall Decorating 1.2 3 4. Prom 
Decorating 3 Ttunks To: My friends through the years 
Rob Jayson. Kipper. Mary. Sue. Leah. Dennis, Danny 
Jams. Mike Adam. Scott. Rich. Pam. Boff Suzi. Goodwin. 
MaryKale. Jenn Ashe Jen Raffa. Lynne. Tom. Chrissy Mr 
Reynolds Mr Sabourin. and especially my parents and my 
sister Future Coak To eventually someday get rid of the 
name Grub, and to get Danny to stop calling me Red 

Frederick, Mark 

1 Adam Rd 

Activilits:Debate Team I.2J.4. Concert Band 1X3.4. Jaa 
Ensemble 123 NHS 3 4. Spanish Club 2.3 4 Chess Club 

2 Forum 4 Thanks fa- All you strange people I love to 
death- Frank. Erin. Mike. Nate. Doug Abby Kara. Mark. 
Charlie. Malt. Megan. Karen. Selh. Josh. Dana Dan. Scon. 
Jason. Seth Nina. Julie. Alec. Nikki. Erin Judd. Dawn. 
Margaret and Steve, you are some of the greatest people I 
have ever met All the confrences- Barre Harvard Man- 
chester, etc . everyone who has made me ihink or given me 
insight, and those of you at school Brad. Chris. Jim.etc 
who have made my days more en/oyable My family and 
grandparents- thank you lots Finally, to Melissa, my love 
who has provided me with utter happiness and /oy I love 
you Future Coak: To keep in touch with everyone who is 
important to me meet David Bowdie reli\r the weekend of 
the Cure concerts, and ne\Tr to lose my mohair sweater 



202 SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Furey, David 

30 Gould Rd. 

Tbjnks to: My parents and the rest of my family Friends 
and girls. Dr. 5cuz2. Future Goals: See ya B.H.S 

Galvan, Ernesto 

30A Scott Circle 

Garrison, Jason 
77 Patterson Rd. 

Geilfuss, Brad 

37 Glen ridge Dr. 

Activities: Cross Country 1.2,3.4. Stickball 1,2.3.4. Indoor 
Track 2,3,4, Outdoor Track 1,2,3,4: Jazz En^-emhle 2,3,4. 
ievel 5 Band (a.k.a Wind Ensemble) 2,3.4. Marching Band 
2,3,4, French Club 2,3,4, Science team 3,4, Orchestra 3. 
Forum 4. Thanks to: "Everyone, and anyone 1 forgot Bui 
seriously, thanks to Mom, Dad, and all my family, my 
friends, parish, teachers, coaches, and inspirations Future 
Goals: To make a more nutritious but equally perfect /wm- 
kie, and to expel France from the UN. 

Giard, Mike 

17 Washington St. 

Giles, Tracy 

31 Nellian Way 

Thinks to: Special thanks to Dori. you are the ultimate 
pickle" thanks for all the good times and sticking by me 
You are my "cool blue sister" thanks to Lisa, couldn t have 
done it without ya. Thanks for all the talkt-l cutiepie" 
Thanks to Wendy for the past year. Thanks to Kim W., 
Kim I., Phil P , Heather U.. Mrs. L, (Nicole you re ugly) 
Thanks to Dave M for putting up with me for the past 5 
years, love you. Future Goals: To graduate college and to 
own my own Loisvuttion store and to be happy. 

Glennon, Sarah 

18 Jeffery Circle 

Activities:Field Hockey, JV 1. Varsity 2.3,4; Softball JV 1.2. 
Varisity3,4: Powder Puff 3,4, Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4. Prom 




Decorating 3. SADD 3.4 Thanks To: Mom and Dad and 
Mike for all your support / love you Amy for being my 
friend these past four years and always knowing what I'm 
thinking (what a ton huh!). Katie thanks for being a great 
friend who was always willing to drive those extra miles! 
Thanks Chrissy for being a great friend and always laugh- 
ing with me when no-one would laugh at my jokes! 
Thanks Cara. Holly, Courtney, and Lisa for many good 



times. Thanks Ken. Scotly. and Dennis, for making Youth 
Ministry special and all the rest of the youth ministers 
crew88-90 Thanks to Ruh for being a good ftiend Thanks 
to the field hockey team Vnu guys are awesome' MaryKate 
thanks for trying to teach me to ice skate and for getting 
me in trouble at field hockey and Davidsons Thanks Mo 
for being my little sis at field hockey camp Tina for being 
my neighborhood buddy' The Bedford Farms crew for 
making my summer job fun(coffee icecream, oreo cookies 
and almonds') Thanks to Pete and Lee for being so gener- 
ous! Thanks to the Pietchel family for feeding me. taking 
me in when my parents went away!(and for my first car 
accident, couldn t have gotten through that without you!) 
Thanks for the good times and good luck to the Class of 
1990' Future Goals: Go to college and be famous in whatev- 
er I do Never to lose touch with my 3 best friends and to 
have many more all nighters before we go to college. To 
marry someone who is rich so he can support the eight kids 
I want to have! 

Glomski, Ian 

3 Benjamin Kidder Ln. 

Activities: Soccer 3,4. Downhill Ski 2.3.4. Golf Team 2. 
Telemedia 4. French Club 1.2.3,4, Hall Decorating 2,3,4. 
Homeroom Rep 2; Ru Crew 4 Thanks To: The Mangs for 
"who held the pipe . the Ru Crew, the Hobo King, Nigel 
Tufnel.the Eegway Beegway, Pasqualey for not yet totalling 
my car. Jamie (head) off at Deerfield, fuzzy dice/Gumby. 
Jim (kunschmois), Scott for keeping me sane in Kansas, 
Damiyon for making me Kwazy insane. Eric. Brian (Maxi). 
Tom for taking all my good clothes and the map game at 
McFly's, Jason (Slug) wherever you are' Ethan for a little 
diversity, Cara. Courtney. Holly. Eric my main bro off with 
the Dead. Peter. Stogie Time. Harvard, a summer s night in 
Maine, missing Fortnights 1 and 2, Pumkin Night, all the 
beasties on Dudley. Taco Bell for the sauce, scamming the 
Mall. Kara. Kitty. Dad and Nancey off in Kansas, and of 
course Mom. and all the others I didn 't have a chance to 
mention (you know who you are!) Future Goats: To never 
get busted by Officer Brian Seidman, go to Cali. climb at 
Yosemite. not worry about being rich, to be on another 
continent when Eric Packer finally finds out that Gumby 
has been taken off the air. to see the Mangs headline, to age 
with style, to lead the first successful Hands across Ameri- 
ca, and to finally die laughing. 

Goodwin^ Lori 
32 Houlton St. 

Activities: Majorettes 1.2,3 Capt. 4. Ski Team 1.2, Powder- 
puff 3,4. Homeroom Rep 1.2.3,4; Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4. 
Prom Decorating 3. Lip Sync 1,2,3.4 Thanks To: Mom and 
Dad for being right by my side through it all, and encour- 
aging me in everything I've done! Mike for still being a 
great little bro! A special thanks to Pam for being the best 
friend through everything! MaryKate, sorry about the 
whip cream on your ceiling! Jenn for being oh so sassy! 
Jennie for finally being able to see me (hello glasses!) Kath 
for addicting me to Nintendo, Kristen for always knowing 
the hottest gossip. Michelle for having the biggest puff 
Suzi for driving everywhere! Jill for those long talks. Lynne 
for being a great friend, and Nicole for always putting a 
smile on my face! ( I know we all should fight!) Mike G . 
Adam. Mike J. Tom. Grub, Danny and Dennis. How could 
I forget the people who would not let me forget just how 
blonde I was to break my wrist. Thanks again to everyone 
who made my Senior year one to remember, especially 
Brian Thanks for letting me drive the High Boy" Future 
Goals: To be in a Janet Jackson video with MaryKate. To 
meet Jerry Garcia and Roger Waters, and to prove that 
blondes really DO have MORE fun! 

Gordon, Mark 
285 Davis Road 

Activities:Drama Club 1.2,3,4; Treasurer 3.4, Spanish 1.2. 
Treasurer 3,4, Marching Band 2.3.4; Drum Major 3.4; Tele- 
media Club 2.3,4. Choir 1, Madrigal 2,3.4; Show Choir 4. 
Tournament of Plays 1.2,3,4; Spring Play 1,2.3. State Drama 
Festival 2.3.. Spring Musical 1.2.3.4; Citezenship Commit- 
tee 3. Student Advisory Committee 3. Hip Velocity Club 3 
Forum 1. Jumpin Jack Flash 2. Thanks To: Mom and Dad, I 
love you both! Lilo my biggest buddy, my evil twin-hey 
what are you? Becky, Adrian. Chris R. Liz K. Kayte. the 
Penlands. Jeff. Sylvie, Emma, Jess. Nicole. Dan, Chris W 
Nile. Cheryl. Diana. John T. my fellow percussionists, the 
Carrs . Matt. Rachel. Erin. Jill. Kitty. Lisa B. my family. 



Judy. Meena, Krista. and everyone else responsible for my 
happiness these past few years Future Coals: To sit on a 
porch in a rocking chair with Stoph and Lilo when we're 
eighty and laugh at the past, also to finally win at howling. 

Griffin, Sarah 

93 Concord Rd. 




Activities: Soccer 1.3 (JV). 3 (V); Basketball 1.2 (JV) 3.4 (V). 
Indoor Track 3,4 (V); Prom Decorating 3. Latin Club 3.4. 
Powder Puff 3.4. Hall decorating 3.4. Thanks To: The Bas- 
ketball team and Track team. Melissa Wingfield, Darrell 
Russell, Rich Parnell. Bn Kuhr, Dacha Hampton. Julie 
Harley, Ken Dougherty. Dennis Sullivan. Dave Cooke. 
Chris Welch. Special Thanks To: Mom. Dad, Simeon. An- 
drea, and Alec. Future Goals: To go to college, be sucessful. 
get rich, and marry. 

Grof, Kevin 

27 Summer St. 

Activities: Freshman Football 1. Varsity Football 2.3; JV 
Baseball 1. Thanks To: Family. Russ. Tim, Jon, and Dana. 
Future Goals: Go to a half-way decent school, get a half- 
way decent job. marry a half-way decent wife, and have 
half-way decent kids 

Hanley, Mary Kate 

235 South Rd. 

Activities: Field Hockey JV 1. Varsity 2.3.4. baseball Man- 
ager 1.2; Lip Sync 1.2.3.4: Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4; Activities 
Chairman 2. Prom Chairman 3. Prom Decorating 3; Powder 
Puff 3.4. Thanks To: Thanks to Mom and Pops, can you 
believe your baby is graduating?!^ Jennie, thanks for driv- 
ing me to school and being my bestest friend! Pam and Lori 
thanks for an awesome Labor Day weekend and thanks for 
letting me follow you around. Thanks to Kathy. Jenn. Suzi, 
Michelle, Heffa, Lynne and Jill! Kristen. ..thanks. Mo and 
Pete, thanks for a branchy time in Nantucket! Thank you 
Sarah for giggling with me at Field Hockey practice. Mau- 
reen C. thank you for being my roomie!! Adam, thanks for 
being my twin and sharing the best B-day Dennis. Mike 
G, Mike J . Tommy. Danny, and Grub, thanks for a funny 
year! I'll miss you so much! And to the class of 39. thanks 
for decorating my locker with a sweet haddock. Future 
Goals: Live in Hawaii, be in Magnum PI the Movie. ' and 
to be in a Janet Jackson video with Lori. 

Harley, Julie 

53 Patterson Rd. 

Activities: Cross Country 1.2; Track 2.4. Soccer 4; Hall 
Decorating 3.4; Spanish Club 2.3; Drama Club 3; SADD 
2.3.4. Powder Puff 3 Thanks To: To all of my families who 
I love with all of my heart. Amer - 'Key 's dude!" All of my 
friends back in Annandale High - We finally made it!' Ann 
Marie - my best friend since fifth grade, we ve come a long 
way! Mrs. Ralston. Tammy. Tracey. Karrie Armstrong. 
Kara. Brian, Clarance. Camarie. Michele. Jenn Garrison. 
Kitty. Carolyn (Box # 1). Jen Braffitt, Lauren. Mrs Hagerty. 
Dawn Shields, Jessica. "D period unassigned Get Along 
Gang ■ Lisa. Tanya. Julie. Also, Cindy. Cheryl, Kate. Diana. 
Melissa. Future Goals: Move back to Texas go to college 
there and get a master 's degree in Advertising or Psycholo- 
gy. Then move to London and marry a rich British actor- 
After three years move back to the states and live in New 
York until we are famous. Then retire at the age of 3t living 
in the Bahamas or Australia. 

Hildreth, Robert 

95 Scott Circle 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 203 



Hocker, Karen 

2 Alcott St. 

Aclivilies: Yearbook 2; Hall Decorating 2.4: Volleyball 4. 
Prom Commitlee 4; Musical Stage Cretv 3; Spanish Club 2 
Thanks To: Dave Scott, Eric Gill. Mike Knapp. Joe Andes. 
Mark, Danyelle Weeks, Elita Flares, Shame Roberts, Jen 
Adams, Kristin Ramsey, Toad Hoitsma lor a great summer 
in the Tetons. My mother and sister Kristen whose sup- 
port, friendship, and encouragment are always there when 
neede. To Rango my dog whose happy tail wags always 
greet me on the worst days. Future Coals: To do my part in 
preserving this planet. 

Holtzman, Dave 

32 Fox Run Rd. 

Aclivilies: Ski Team 2,3,4; Latin Club 3,4; [yep] Athletic 
Training I; Forum 2,3,4, co-editor 4 Thanks To: Jim, Ken. 
Carl, Dave C, Cihan [I love it] and Cordie for being at 
lunch. Also to all devotees of Forum and those who make 
the effort to look at it, to the Varsity Soccer Team for 
playing mint, Spinosa for being intellectual, and especially 
to my parents, without whom I'd be heading absolutely 
nowhere in life Future Coals: To live to see] hopefully] Mr 
D retire. To graduate from Bedford High. To edit my col- 
lege newspaper. To edit the Boston Globe. To ride my bike 
across America. 

Hunt, Jim 

n Page Rd. 

Aclivilies: Varsity Soccer 1.2,3,4; Freshmen Basketball 1 
Varsity Track 1,2; Varsity Lacrosse 3,4. Thanks To: Liam 
Tom, Scott, Dan, Dennis, Mike C, Pam, Lon, Jen, Kathy 
Mike J., Kristin, Poole, Adam, Eric My family, thanks for 
everything! Future Coals: Co to college and live a long life 

Hurley, Liam 

2 Concord Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 1.2,3,4. Varsity Basketball 2.3.4 
Varsity Tennis 1,2,3,4: SADD 2,3,4, Spanish Club 3.4. AFS 
4; Prom decorating3; Hall Decorating 1,2.3.4. Student Advi- 
sery 4; School Improvement Council 3,4 Thanks To: Scott 
Tom, Kitty, Kara, Kenny, Lennox, the soccer team. Pete: 
Cacciola and to everyone whom I've gotten to know, and 
especially thanks to my family Future Coals: To be happv 





healthy, wealthy, and wise, and bench press more than 
Sean IVilson. 

Inferrera, Anthony 

175 North Rd. 

Aclivilies: Baseball; SADD; Killing yellow Jackets with my 



1 



English book Thinks To: Dave "Izzy " hshelle. Mom snd 
Did, Mr Csrlson. Bryan Panza ' Psnzeh. Nicole King. 
Nonns snd Nunnu. Crsma and Grandpa Future Coab: To 
become the richest and most famous cartoonist in the 
world To obtain some sort of control over my hormones. 

lovino, Kim 

180 South Rd. 

Activities: Tardiness 1,2,J.4. Detention 1.2.3.4. Thanks To: 
Kim IVilson for getting me through high school (absolute- 
ly), Angela Martines for all those fun-filled action packed 
exciting weekends Wendy Chapman (Burlington Studios) 
and running out of gas Tracy Giles for all the gossip 
Thanks to Tracie Peaks. Kaan Zoroglu. Sharon porter. 
Nicole King. Nicole Messineo. Jimmy Caruso. Kristen De- 
caprio. Thanks to Phil Poor. Ernie Galvm. Tom Sherman 
(auto) and wood shop class. Thanks to Ed Machado. Victor 
Carlson, and also Mr Petrillo Special thanks to Tommy 
for nothing, except all the gold /ewelry Future Coak: To 
travel beyond NH To work other than the sub shop Mar- 
ry a wealthy man, and to own a Ford pick -up and a yellow 
IROC 

Is3belle, Dave 

160 Springs Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Hockey 2.3.4 Thanks To: Nikki. Kenny. 
Rich. Bryan Panzeri. Anthony. Brian Moody. Dave P. 
Mark Venier. Special thanks to Jenn. and of course Mom 
and Dad. 

Iverson, Kara 
120 Offutt Rd. 

Activities: Yearbook Editor 4. SADD 3.4. Tennis 3.4 Legis- 
lative Committee 4. Spanish Club 1.2.3.4 Thinks To: Kitty 
Rosewall. what can / say but QUACK. Rob. for helping me 
to understand myself better. John, for always being a true 
friend. Tammy. Camarie. Brian M . Kris-Angela. Nichelle. 
Adam. Mike. Jan. Brian S. Liam. Chris W . Jim. Cara. 
Courtney. Holly. Chris R . Eric. Dwayne, Chad, the entire 
yearbook staff, for all of those insane nights. Amy and 
Kristi. I never would have made it here without y alt. and I 
especially thank Jen. Mom. Dad. and Peaches Future 
Goah: To become incredibly rich and famous from the 
publication of my romance novel* 

Jannis, Nicole 

7 Reeves Rd 

Activities: Drama Club LZA^- Tournament of Ptay* 
1.2.3.4. Tennis 1.2.3.4. Arras 'Bedford 2.3 French Club 3.4. 
CREW 3.4. Marching Band A; Forum 4 Prom Decorating 3. 
Hall Decorating 2.3 Thanks T»: Mom Dad. and Mandy of 
course Lii. Becky (Gracet Adrian Mark (Fred), iilo Chris 
R . Jill. Kitty. Kayte. Neil. Chris W Anthony and Melissa 
thanks for keeping me ionewhat sane I II nrvrr forget 
you guys or the percussion section and the Davidson » 
crew* Just remember [Dogface Arms. California. Rockin 
Robin, and Kermit Future Coak: To be a professional 
zamboni driver, understand all the rules in Hockey, have 
tun at college, and always remember the good time* 

Jarek, Kathy 

oO Summer St. 

Thinks To: Brian M. Kris 5. Chris M. Robyn. Beth. 
Kristin D • thanks for all the good times. Kristin freshman 
year would never have been the same To Lon Skaine who 
IS in Canada and C)onna ■ you ve been a really good friend 
and all the good times we ve had Hope me and Steve, you 
and Chris can ha\T more good times My parents and Steve 
the past three years you Vr always been there for me I vr 
never been happier I hope we last Future Coak: To go to 
Business school get a good job and marry Steve, msy the 
good times never endf 

Jarvis, Mike 
49B Scott Cir. 

Activities: Fooball 1.2.3. Captain 4. Lacrosse 1.2.3. Captain 
4 Hall Decorating I.ZJ. Captain 4. Track 1.2.3.4. SADD 
Captain 4, Introduction to Hall Roaming 1. Advanced Hall 
Roaming 2.3. Captain 4. Physical Education Participant 
1.2.3. Captain 4 Thanks To: Dan for killing racoons. Grub 
for having red hair. Dennis for being a basey. Mike for his 
blinds. Tom for being wrinkled. Adam for being sunny. 



Jon, Sheldon, Rich for always keeping his temper, all the 
football team and coaches To all the Girls Jen R . Jenn A 
for being Queen. Kathy. Lon. Mary Kate. Pam. Nicole. 
Kristin, to Suii for being beyond the average girl. Alison. 
Michelle To Russ for his t7 yard TD Thanks to Brendafot 
all the times we shared Thanks to everyone else that I 
haven t mentioned Special thanks to my mother and fam- 



ily Future Goak: To graduate college and become a suc- 
cessful businessman 

Johnson, Tonisha 
77C Scott Cir. 

Thsnks Tor Special thanks to my mother and father mfho 
supported me through thick and thin, my little brother 
Tramaine and two cousins Adrian and Shun I love you all' 
Thanks to the Jetts. Simmons. Nashs. Butlers. Abrams. 
Browns. Teresa L . nelsons, and family and friends back m 
LA. I love you all Franklin Cotton ■ for the good times and 
had times No matter what happens there will always be a 
plsce in my heart for you Nicole King - a person who I hit 
It off the first day wve met and still kickin it off (sister-in- 
law) Remember the Riti and the long weekend Tara 
Crump ■ the first person I met and gave me the scoop about 
Bedford, and then I left after the first day Remember the 
weekend Venita McMickle ■ We didn t really kick-off the 
first time we met but •%» Vr had our ups and downs, but I 
still love ya" Robert Moore (Sput) - for letting the cat out ot 
the bag. but anyway I still love you big brother Sheldon 
Maloney (Money) - a person who don t have it all m the 
mirtd but would stand by me t hope if I need anything But 
t still love ya no matter what"Marcus Kennedy • a person 
who / always wished to talk to but I thought that you were 
the quiet type until I kind of found out a little information 
Anyway* you know where you II always startd with me 
Love ya" Kenny and E>wanice Wilkins. Del. Hope Kenne- 
dy. Michelle Davis Kristin Maddo* Reggie L ennox 
Cha*e. Steve P Lon Goodwin. Mary Kate Hanley and to 
all the Home-boys and girls back home in LA Bryan Ale%- 
aruJer - a nice person who I met the end of my junior year, 
who set me up with the thirxgs I wanted to know about you 
know who Thanx. I still love yaf 



Kelly, Jim 

277 Carlisle Rd 



Kennedy, Josh 
4 Fern Way 

AeUvilia: PaialUx 1; tterfcoot 4L Thanks To: Biff Botnuo. 
whom I have nrvrr hnrd of Fatiirr dufe To be 

King, Nicole 

60 Standard St, Mattapan, 

Aetnilitt: Junior Class Vice-President Senior Clan VJrr- 
Pmideni Thanks To: Spmal thanks to my Mom Dad and 
my little sm/rei btolhet Corey for all the love and sup- 
port I love you all" Thankt to the Corbittf and Bums for 
til their low and support. Robert Moore for the good time* 
and bad times No matter >vhat there onll always be a place 
in my heart for you Tonisha Johnson (my sister-in-law)for 
a fun funior and senior year We were great in 59 but noi» 
nr re high and mighty in J««D Remember the Ria and the 
long weekend? Tara Crump for being there for me 
throughout 9-12 grade Thanks for letting me spend week- 
ends wtih you Remember the pint wr had' and the long 
mrekend' Bryan (Busy B ) for the great « years of my life 
Thsnks for never changing, and all your love and support 



204 SENIOR DIRECTORY 



I'll never forget those cold mornings we stayed up talking 
on the bus. I love you! Franklin (my brother) for the best 
three years. It has been fun. You know I'll never forget you 
Mollis (smile) I remember the first week in school in 10th 
grade you told me your name was Christopher. Well I still 
love you. Keep in touch. $ Sheldon M $ for all the Jokes we 
cracked in lunch. Even though we weren't all that close 
Junior year we still turned out to be the best of friends. 
Calm down on waxing. Peace Money. Trade P for all the 
fun senior year. Sorry for the years that passed us. Good 
Luck. The other Metco kids: Lennox C -the OX! Marcus K., 
Hope K., Cameron D.. Laureen N., Del M., and Dacha A. 
thanks to my longtime friends from elementary Chris M. 
Steve P, David F, Bobby W, Jeff U, thanks for never chang- 
ing, I love you all!! Shake your thang crew Kristin for all 
your advice, love and support, Mary Kate for all the fun 
times, Lori G (Goodie) Miss one arm. I'll never forget you 
The guys of 90. Mike } for all the fun times we had. I'll 
never forget you, Danny C for never changing. Til always 
be your little "heffa ", Dennis T BASE thanks for making 
chemistry class fun we learned alot! The base crew Bryan P 
-Pilsbury dough boy. Jimmy C, Ernesto C, Brian C we miss 
you. My home people: Toni L, Thawana D. Michelle H. 
Alana F I love ya cuz! Daonysia Z thanks for always being 
there, Tina J (Mrs. Pee Wee) Bubba (I miss you) and to 
everyone else that I forgot. I would like to make a special 
dedication to my late grandfather who always wanted to see 
me-his first grandchild graduate. I miss you Pappy! Good 
luck everyoneHFuture Goals: Graduate from college and 
become very successful in life. Get married, have kids and 
live a long, happy life. Stay in touch with Class of 90. 

Kirton, Jessica 
65 South Rd. 

Activities: Yearbook 2; French Club 2. Thanks To: Mom 
and Dad for being Mom and Dad, Rach for not giving up 
on me, to Colleen and Erick because I love you both. Will 
because you're cool. Melissa and Chris for a soothing 
month, Carrie for being Carrie, Matt for affection. Grand- 
mother and Grandfather for helping me grow, and to David 
because I love you.Future Goals: Graduate from art school, 
move to England and live in a flat with David. 

Kleekamp, Liz 

3 McMahon Rd. 




Activities: Flags 2,3, Captain 4; Choir 1.2.3; Madrigal 4, 
Musical 1.2, crew 3.4; Tennis 2.3,4; Hall Decorating 1,2,3.4; 
SADD 2.3,4; Tournament of Plays 1,2,3; Drama Club 
1,2,3.4; Swim Team 3; Prom Decorating 3; French Club 
2,3,4; Double Sextette 3, director 4; Show Choir 4. Thanks 
To: All my friends who I love dearly. My teachers who 
inspired me to work harder and strive for the best, especial- 



ly Mr. Low, Mrs. Haggerty. Mrs. Gullage, Mrs. Ralston, 
and Mr. Greenway. Good luck to all my terrific pals on the 
flag squad. My bestest friends in the whole wide world, 
Nikki, Lisa, Adge, Chris, Redbeccatna. and Mahk; thanks 
for making school and lunches almost bearable. After all. 
Dog Face, arms, Rockin Robin, Hip Velocity and Vicks all 
originated at that table. I'm so glad we will graduate from 
BHS with a greater knowledge of spaghetti servers. Mike - 
Remember: Physics is Phun! I'm even thanking Scott and 
Russ - the pains you are. Last but definitely not least. Mom 
and Dad. Future Coats: To paint like Renior and play the 
piano like Aleskei Sultanov. Reality: Just finish Adante con 
variazioni. Also - to live southbound in Rhode Island with 
a phone in the bathroom. Maybe someday I'll even drive 
legally! 

Koenig, Cheryl 

57 Offutt Rd. 

Activities: SADD 1,2.3.4; AFS 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2, Vice 
President 3, President 4; Hall Decorating 2.3; Spirit Games 
3; Prom Decorating 3; Powder Puff 3; Cross Country 1. 
Varsity 2,3, co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Ath- 
letic Trainer 1.2,3. Thanks To: Chercinkayjuldiamelx2 
Friends Forever! Mom, Dad, Jennifer, Cindy. Kate, Julie. 
Diana. Melissa K, Melissa W, Kim, Carolyn, Mark. Chris, 
the cross-country team, the basketball team, the Spanish 
Club. Pete Cacciola, all of my coaches, all of my teachers, 
and the rest of my friends at BHS. Future Goals: To be 
happy and successful and to make a difference in this 
world. To never forget our trips to Boston, why is he Jump- 
ing? the dinner parties, the Christmas party, the murder 
mystery, and all the other good times! 

Kuhr, Brigitte 

3 Madel Ln. 

Activities: Volleyball 4; SADD 4; AFS 4 Thanks To: Uli. 
Solvi, Kahn, ulo. Mr. Greenway, Liam, Becci.Amy, Tammy, 
Camarie. Eric, Karl. Diana, and the great volleyball team. 
Future Goals: Go back to Germany and have three more 
years of high school. 

Kupiec, Nadav 

6 Glen Terrace 

Activities: Cross Country 1,2; Swim team 1; Spring Track 
1,2.3, Captain 4; Winter Track 1,2,3, Captain 4; Concert 
Bandl; Wind Ensemble 2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3; Orches- 
tra 2,3; Jazz Band 1,2.3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4; Science 
League 4; Citizenship Committee 3.4; Pit Orchestra 2,4- 
Thanks To: Thanks to my family and friends for their 
encouragement and support. 

Kwiatkowski, Michael 

2 Andrews Cir. 

Activities: Baseball; Tennis; FBLA; Ski Team. Coaching 3.4. 
Thanks To: Jon H for one of the best ski trips of my life. 
Brian L for the tennis memories. And Bill and Dave for the 
best Photo class ever. Future Goals: To get a 4x4 by the time 
I'm 19. 



Lentine, Tom 

10 Hill Rd 

Activities: Soccer 1, Varsity 2, Captain 3.4; Basketball 1.2, 
Varsity 3,4; Lacrosse 4; Hall Decorating 1,2.3,4; Prom Deco- 
rating 3. Thanks To: Mom and Paul, Dad and Grace for 
putting up with my attitude. Jazzy Mike J would you - me. 
Dan for being wrinkly, DT you're right! Grub for not 
being the biggest or the smallest either, Adam for lower B, 
Sheldon lounge money, Suzi for being the most beautiful 
girl in the world. Raffa, Jenn for being Queenie, Kathy, 
Lori, Pam, Mary Kate, Kristin, Jill for five times, the soccer 
team, the basketball team, the cheerleaders. Thanks espe- 
cially to Getty for being my honey. 

Lynge, Kulo 

2 Alcott St. 

Maddox, Kristin 
4 Reed Lane 

Activities: Softball 1,4; Soccer 1.2.3. Cspt. 4; Powder Puff 
Football 3,4; Hall decorating 1.2,3.4; Prom decorating 3.4; 



Homeroom Rep. 1,2.4; SADD 2,3,4; French Club 2,3. 
Thanks To: Special thanks to Pam. Lori. Kath, and Tom 
from Page days and Tom it's only baseball math! Jen for 
crazy soccer days. Ashe for summers at the club, Mae for 
being you, Nicole for the advice, Suzi my tanning buddy, 
Michelle and Lisa for the times with the boys of summer. 
Lynne and Jill for 9th grade, Scottie, Mark, Camarie, Len- 




nox, Chris, and Ken for never changing. To Bryan for 
staying conscience when I broke my nose. Jimmy for get- 
ting me home, Ernie train the dog! Brian we miss you! Toni 
speak English! To my new friends Jay, Z, and Bob. Special 
thanks to the guys: Dennis. Grub, Giard for getting sick on 
me. to Danny, Adam and Mike J. for Mr. Snowman, and 
the late nights, and four years of partying. Mike G. How's 
the car seat? Chrissy from big wheels to cars. Heath for the 
past 18 years I love ya! To my family: Cori. Nikki, Jim. 
Matt and especially Mom and Dad for supporting me and 
putting up with me. Finally, Tim for the year we had 
together. I will always love you! Ski those Rockies! Future 
Goals: Graduate from college, travel the world as a photog- 
rapher, marry someone rich, have a beautiful home on the 
beach with a convertable whit rabbit carbrolet, have beauti- 
ful children, keep in touch with all my high school friends, 
and always be happy. 

Maloney, Sheldon 

McCuUoch, Edward 

3 Evans Ave. 

McCune, Chris 
443 North Rd. 

Activities: Proma-Mova 3.4; Football 1,3.4; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Band 1.2.3.4. Thanks To: Dana for being there. Rich for the 
talks, Jon, Tim. Ryan. Pete for those laughs. Bob Wheaton 
for the fun. Lennox Chase, Marcus Kennedy. Kevin Grof. 
Col. Campbell for 2 fun years. Jay McCann for some of the 
best times. John Hodges for Atlantic Fleet, concerts, fun. 
Matt Bushman, Chris Sevonty for coming to all my games. 
Jodi Carter for everything. Lori Goodwin for being my 
math buddy, Kris Maddox for the arguments. Pam Taylor 
for helping me find out why I never saw the other 4 Hal- 
loween movies and a special thanks to my family. Mom. 
Dad. John, Mark, and Eric Future Goals: To go to college, 
become a pilot, own Atlantic Fishing Fleet, have a comfort- 
able lifestyle and to get in late as much as possible. 

McGilUcic, Kathy 
23 Burlington Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 4; Varsity Basketball 1,2.4; Varsi- 
ty Softball 3,4: JV Softball 2; Track 4; Powder Puff 4; French 
Club 1,2; Hall Decorating 1,4; Prom Decorating 3. Thanks 
To: Extra special thanks to Dad - I love you!! I made it 
because of you. Thank you Sherry (favorite sister) and all 
the rest of the family. Coo-Coo, Piggy, and Spaz. Thanks 
Carrie. Pam. Penelope. Kristen B. (my best friend). Dennis 
(for making it all worth while). Dawn. Chief Colonel. Soc- 
cer team and coach, softball team and t>asketball team. And 
my ROTC Buddies. And also Frances. Future Coah: Move 
to Colorado, go to college, graduate, own my own animal 
research center. Get married. Be rich and buy my own 
house in the mountains where I'll live happily ever after 
with Mike or John. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 205 



Mcintosh, Mike 

206 South Rd. 

Thinks To: Dr Demento, The Blues Brothers. Crazy Bread 
Albert Emslein. Judge Dredd. SONY WALKMAN. Mark 
Reynolds. Missy Mayer. Dr Zogg, Dr Feelgood. O Zone 
and Bill the Cat 

McMahan, Julie: 

57 Hancock St. 

Mersinger, Donald 

53B Scott Cir. 

Activities: Spending money and driving fast Thanks To: 
Mr Martin J Mersinger. Mrs Martin J Mersinger. Aman 
da Allen Future Goals: Drive fast and spend money 

Messineo, Nicole 
13 Eliot Rd. 

Activities: SADD 1.2,3.4; Spanish Cluh 2 Thanks To: Mom 
for always being there for me and helping me through it 
all. Thanks Dad for loving me the best way you knew how 
Thanks Dukie for telling me I look ugly ever day hefuir 
school. Thanks Jim for being the be>t second Dad that 1 
ever had Thanks to rag and fig for everthing Thanks to 
Jimmy and Jamie for some memorable weekends (He. Hel 
thanks to Kim W. Kim I. Sharon P. Wendy C. Tom S 
Kris D . Phil P . and Tracy C (yes you re -till ugly) and 
anyone else I forgot in the level two crew" Thanks to Jenn 
D. we've been through it all Thanks to Ken M (what you 
want to go to NH. to do what!' sleep in a tent') Thank- 
Nikki P. for always being there even though we didn t 
always agree Thanks to Pete R (can I punch your teeth 'I 
Thanks to Steve P for always being there to tell me what to 
do or Just being there for me to cry to. Be-t friends forever I 
love you. Thanks to Nancy M we've been through a lot 
don t ever change thanks for everything, thank - to Sean B 
for an awesome summer, thanks Jenn L we ve had some 
great times together and some not so great time- but wr 
stuck it out if anyone knows how I feel you do. Maybe even 
better than me Good luck with you know who and remem 
ber whatever happen- happens. Thank- to Eddie D foi 
being there for me and for all the talks just remember it can 
only get iyetter* and Chris thanx for sharing five year- ot 
my life with me even though it didn t work out between 




we both grew and learned to love thank you for everything 
and remember I'll always love You! Hey Kristen D. "little 
red Suzuki " let 's go to mats! he. he. Future Goals: To estab- 
lish my own career as a drug and alcohol counselor and 
have my own private practice and get married to the guy on 
the escalator and have two healthy kids and live happily 
ever after with money - but not toe much. 



Miller, Adam 

15 Hemlock Ln. 

Aclivilies: Soccer 1.2,3.4. Ski Team 1.2. Lacrosse 1.2. French 
Cluh 1.2.3.4. Hall Decorating 1.2.3.4. Prom Decorating 3 
Hpmeroom Rep 1.4. Had Fun 1 2.3.4 Thanks To: All the 
friends and faculty at 8HS who made my la-t four year- 
great Especially Mike J. Mike G. Dan Tom. Eric Mark. 
Dennis. Grub. Scotty and Liam And Johnathan for being a 
-enior since hi- freshman year Thank- for the great time-, 
guy- Spet ial thank- to Jill. Kathy. Jenn A. Jen R. Lynne. 
Sun. Mary Kate. Lori. Pam and Kii-tin Thank you for 
being great friend- and I will never forget you' A very 
special thanks to my Mom. Dad. Chri-. Lorraine and Pat I 
couldn t have made it without you' Future Caak: To gradu- 
ate from college, move to New York City, get a fob m a 
large firm of some kind make my way up the corporate 
ladder, fall in love with someone -pet ial (she knows who 
-he is), and live the rest of my life in love with her And to 
-ki the wotid' 



Molinar, Arthur 

Id Pope Terrace 

Molinari, Lynne 
llX) HartweU RJ 

Aclivilin: Cheerleading 123 Captain 4 Spring Track 
1.2.3.4. Cla-s Vice-Pre-ident 1. Homeroom Rep 2.3. Prom 
Chairper-on 4. Choir 4 Sring Mu-ical 3.4 Hall Decorating 
1.2.3.4. Prom Decorating 3 Peer Leader-hip 3 Telrmedia 4 
French Club 3.4. SADD 3 4 Powder Puff 3 4 Lip Sync 2 3 4 
Thanks To: Jill you II alway- be my tt enJ Never forget 
all of the great times in Maine skiing eti Alt ot the BHS 
cheerleader- especially Suti Steph A A A lersha A Tar 
ance you guy- are the nuttiagger-' Caro A Kathy' I m 
gonna mis- ya Brielli' Do it up Bedford' Lori Kathy Pam 
Jenn Jenny A Mary Kate )e- we are Kristin' The Bed 
ford Farm- A tM crew e-prt tally Mark W let me know 
when you need another haircut' Adam -baby. Ornni*. 
Jaaaard Tommy Grubby Mike A Eiu Dan it wa- inlet 
e-tmg. Ken you re the be-t' Alison A Nuk mv math 
buddies I love ya S< off ' Mv dad foi putting up with me my 
mom for supottmg me A auntie for helping us all' Futun 
Coali: To he a high school teacher dressed like Mi— K and 
drive a 3cOSL teal green Mercedes convrrtable 



Monaco, Mark 
4 Dana RJ 

Aclivilin: Track 2. Prom Decorating 3 Latin Club 3 Hall 
L'>ecoraltng 4 Thanks To: Da\T the coolest dude alive 
Kayte for -o muib. you *t always frrrn there Melissa, lot 
letting me help Angel for being so cool and a lot of fun. 
and Jeff, lot t*eing an all-around great kid and friend Also 
to Kathy for being just too cool' Ambriel and Lee for Ivtng 
-o nice. Sarah and Andy for many funny time^ Mrs Rat 
-ton and Mr Stephenson foi caring *o much ■ Thank- foi 
being so gieat. and to the Cooke family To my cousin 
Eileen mv grandparents my aunt Elbe my aunl Carg Imy 
mother ) Maura my second -i-tet. and my Dad who 
really cares through it all And of couise. Amy and Bn ky 
the two sweetest and greatest people' Becky, you re so nice 
and so funny, and Amy you are lust too caring and sTrv 
special You two are the blousey best' I love you' And 
finally to Jack and Carol, the coolest wrirde-t most loving 
brothel and sislei anyone could evei have' Futun Caak: To 
be successful in whatevei I decide to do. but wbatevri I 
decide, it will involve making movies and dancing to Hip- 
Hop music' Also to get maiiied. stay close to thos* who 
really care and stay happy* 

Novak, Bill 

107A Scott Cir. 

ActivilitK Baseball Thank! To: Arthur Molmar Dave 
Pease. Mike from Phot. ljri\ IW-f.off Bryan Poole 
keith Cappel. Mr Crrrn^jv. M: KUCarthy Mr Pilla 
Mrs Alcarei Mr Dipttio Mr Corlis- Mr and Mrs Burn- 
bam. Mr Murray, my grandparents mv relati\TS. and my 
family. Aerosmith. Paula Abdul Billy Joel Tears For Fears 
The Cure. Bobby Brown. C3ebbie Gibson. Fine Young Can- 
nilsals. Katia. Gretchen. Denise Heather Nancy Future 
gtuk To be successful m all that I do Have a beautiful wife 
and family. Continue to do my best. 



O'Neil, Kate 
321 Old Billeru^d. 

Activities: Drsms Qvh 1.2.3 ^<.retMry 4 Tautnsmfnt of 
PUys 1.3.4. SpdniihOuh 2 i 4 LjtinOuh Vnr President 3 
Yesrbook 2.3.4. AfS / J » J Telemedu 2.3.4. Musicsl 
1.2.3.4. Choir 1.2.3.4; HjU l)f..>rslin^ 1.2.3. Prom Decorat 




ing J. Forum 2.4. Debate team 2. Orche*tra 4. Double Sep- 
tette 4. Fun 101 1.2 3.4 Thsnkt To: All of my friends Past 
Present and Future - most of you knot* tvho you are" 
Chercinkayiuldiamel\2 Forever Friend'i Mum Dad and 
etpectally Dave - sorry for all the rough fimr* / ve put you 
through, but I know I can alt^ays count on you" Future 
CmIl' To be happy and satisfied with my life before it s to 
late to en/oy it" 

Obhs, Jill 

50 Meadowhrook Rd 

Aclivilin: Cheeileadmg I 2 3 Captain 4. Choii 1.1.3 Mad- 
rigal 4 Double Setlette 4 Telemedia 2.3.4 Spiing Musical 
I.Z3 4 HOBY Z Junioi Achievement 3 Hall Decorating 
1.2.3.4. Tennis 3 Spanish Club 3 Piom Desolating 3 Clas- 
Trra, urer 1,2 Ttunk* To: Nicole for the tweUx veats of 
school you le the best' To Suzi for alt the laughs, cries 
and memories Also to Sioff B . you taught me a lot To 
Adam foi believing in me when no one else did and for 
caiing so much Thanks to Lissa for putting up with me for 
so long' Of course to Kalh. Lori. Kristin Pam Mary Kale 
Jen. Jenny, and Tommy Dennis T Dennis S Eric Grub 
Danny. Mike J Mark A Ken Scotty and Scott V CooJ 
luck to all of you' Thank- to Mike C foi some veiy special 
times To Chiis R for being my dancing paitnei and great 
friend Always thanks to the cherrleadeis of lOfiQ-ao . /// 
miss all ot you' Berelli. life definitely won t be the same' 
Kathy and Caro don t evei change' Aleerrsha summer of 
fi« you are very special to me Steph thanks for evriy- 
thing Hey Scott' don t evei foiget boss much you will 
alway- mean to me and thank- for alway- sticking by me 
thiough evetything' You le the best ■ I love yvu' Especially 
tfiaks to Mr Maswell Ms K and of course Mi-s Man 
ning. Mrs Terun To Lynney for 4 years of high school, 
summers at OOB. and lots oi oihei gieai memoiie- t1l 
miss you and I tovr ya' And to all the M - and Auntif 
for making me feel like part of the family' Nan, i 
Billy and David you guys are the greatest' To Mor 
Dad who will always be number 1 on my list - I lo-r you' 
Future Cettk: To attend the L'nisrrsiiy of Coloiado. fcr a 
CEO in Bloommgdales live in a penthouse in NYC and 
marry the most smnderfut man in the woild' 

Packer, Eric 

31 Great Rd. 

Aclivilin: Vai-ity Tennis 1.2.3.4 Vanity Telemedia 34 
Pioducei 3 NHS 3 Vice President 4 Soccei 4 Rifle 3.4 
Foollsall I Science League 3 Captain 4. Math League 3.4 
French Club 23 4 SADD 4 JV Orchestra 1.2.3.4. Varsity 
Ru Crew 4 Thanks To: Mom Dad. E>avid. Sarah. Dan B 
Gumby. Eagle Scount. Kunchmois. Setdman. Free PuJJ'nf; 
Tasty Bits Egway Begway Fort Night 1.2 Judy H. i 
Courtney Cara Ami the Gory Mangs Swre t Cht-rs^ 
rScolt'. Holy Grail Brad Chris Nadav Sandra t lotej 
being with you every minute that was possible Esrryone 
let s keep in touch Fulurr Goak To get a fob where I don i 
have to wear a suit to work, and to actually take a ride on 
the Magic Bus land to learn how lo sing it. or anything 
else! 



Panzeri, Bry an 

40 Clen ridge Dr 



P 



206 SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Park, Dana 

4 Wayte Rd. 

Activities: Football 1,2,3.4: Track 2,3,4; Lacrosse 1,4. 
Thanks To: Kevin Grof, Chris McCune, Tim McNeany, 
Pete Sbamon. Steve Mead, Jon Hamby, Bobby Wheaton, 
Steve Petrecca, Sharon Wheaton, Kelly Angel, Mike Sha- 
mon, Bryan Panzeri. Future Goals: To go to college. 

Parsons, Amanda 

314 South Rd. 

Patenaude, Allen 

122 Independence Ct. 

Activities: Latin Club 3. Thanks To: The McDonalds crew. 
Don. Bill. Art, Mark, and Brian Future Goals: To make a 
lot of money. 

Peaks, Trade 

72 Homestead St. 

Activities: Work Study; Having Fun. Thanks To: First I 
would like to thank God, because without Him none of this 
would be possible. My mother and father for their love and 
support. Big Mama and Chop and to my hunny Lloyd for 
all that good lovin! I have to thank Kim Wilson, Kin 
lovino, and Wendy Chapman, remember the ride to Con- 
cord. Toni Johnson you're crazy girlie'. Nicole King for 
being cool this year, and to Lennox Chase my METCO 
brother. Now to Sharon Porter, Phil Poor, David Isabelle, 
Sean Wilson, Donna Williams, Tommy Holmes, and to 
Mrs. K for her influence to work hard and Poopa, Buckey, 
Angie E, Chris, Will Blass, and Charles. Future Coals: TO 
BE A SUCCESSFUL BLACK BUSINESS WOMAN!'.! 

Pease, David 

49 Elm St. 

Activities: Varsity Hockey 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: Dave Isa- 
belle, the hockey team, ex-coach Lane, Coach Griffith, Asst. 
Coach Donahue, Bill and Mike in Photo but not Mark. 
Future Goals: To be extremely rich. 

Pecora, Lisa 

2 Oakridge Ln. 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 1.2.3. Captain 4; JV Basketball 



' i 




1 





1,2, Varsity 3, Captain 4; JV Softball 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Pow- 
der Puff 3,4; Hall Decorating 2,3,4; SADD 2,4; Spirit Games 
3; Guidance Committee 3; Pecora co-worker preschool and 
on. Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Jack, and all my family and 
friends who helped me through school and my past inju- 
ries, especially the Pecora and Callahan family. Heath, 
Court, Cara, Holly, Chrissy, Katie, Sarah, Amy, and the 



soccer, basketball, and Softball teams. 1 love you all. Future 
Goals: To go to college and get a degree in design, start a 
women's NBA, marry an athlete so I can get into some 
games free, and own a lot full of Cameras. 

Petrecca, Steve 

10 Benjamin Kidder Ln. 

Pietchel, Amy 

2 Davis Rd. 

Activities: Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1, French Club 
2,3,4; SADD 2,3,4; Hall Decorating 2,3; Prom Decorating 3; 
Powder Puff 3,4. Thanks To: Mom, Dad, Laurie, Michelle, 
and Mark - Thanks for putting up with me. we have been 
through a lot! My best buddies Sarah (we have had 13 years 
of fun never forget it!), Katie (co-Bobsy thanks for always 
listening), and Chrissy (thanks for always setting my head 
straight). I wouldn't have made it through high school 
without you guys. Also thanks to Cara, Holly. Court. Lisa, 
Kristen, Kitty, Kerry, Jim, Dennis, Liam, Scott, Steve, Lee, 
and especially Pete! Also thanks to the Mix Flowers Gang, 
the field hockey team, and Youth Ministry. Future Goals: 
To go to college, graduate, become a teacher, get married, 
and drive a Mercedes by the time I'm 25. 

Poole, Bryan 

217 Great Rd., Acton 

Activities: Soccer 1,2,4; Baseball 1,2. Thanks To: I thank 
God and my parents for everything. Ernesto and Jimmy for 
being there and for making the year fun. Future Goals: To 
go to college, get through it, and become a State Trooper, 
and buy my Corvette. 

Poor, Phil 
1 Harvard Dr. 

Activities; Football 1, JV 2, Varsity 4. Thanks To: Special 
thanks to my Mom and Dad for dealing with me all these 
years and my young punk sisters Tara and Ashely. Also to 
my friends Cliff, Rob, Jeff, Ed, Dan, Ed, Tom, Mark, Mike, 
Brian, Chris, Dave, Sue, Kim, Wendy, Kim, everyone else I 
forgot and the guys at Jim's Auto. Future Goals: My goals 
are 1. To live at home for as long as J can without paying 
rent. 2. Have another Big Party. 3. And try to get away as 
long as I can without paying taxes. No but seriously, go to 
school, learn a trade, and some day own my own automo- 
tive business. 

Pugh, Kristen 

7 Gould Rd. 

Activities: Field Hockeyl. Varsity 2.3.4; Ski team 1. Varsity 
2.3,4; Track 3; SADD 3,4; AFS 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4: 
Choir 1,2; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Tourna- 
ment of Plays 3,4; Student Production Night 2; Forum 4; 
Citizenship 4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Hall Decorating 3; Musicals 
1,2,3. Thanks To: Thank you Mom, Dad, and Billy for all 
your love, caring, and support. I want to thank all my 
friends for a great experience - Seema, Linda, Katie, Chriss, 
Amy, Sarah, Courtney, Cara, Holly, and Liz. And special 
thanks to the field hockey team who chops broccoli real 
well. Future Goals: I would like to become a successful 
accountant and live in a beachhouse in California. I want to 
own a blue mazda Miato so I can cruise the boulevards. 

Putney, Katie 

273 Carlisle Rd. 

Activities: Field Hockey 1.2.3.4; Baseball Manager 1.2; 
Homeroom Rep. 4; Powder Puff 3.4; Hall Decorating 
1,2,3,4; Prom Decorating 3; Choir 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; 
French Club 1,2,3,4; SADD 2,3 Thanks To: Mom, Dad, and 
Bill I love you all. Special thanks to my best friends 
Chrissy (Bestest Buddy), Amy (Bobsey), and Sarah 
(Rounds!) - you guys are mint! Thanks for the good times - 
Holly (Stench), Cara (T ray), Courtney, Lisa, Kristen, Brian 
(Sweetums), Mary Kate, Dennis, Scotty, Ken, Pete, Lee 
(Roof), Steve, Bob, Jim, Liam (Plug), Robin, Lennox, Jim, 
Kevin, Dwayne, Rich, Paul, Camilla, Tim, Roxanne, Jen, 
and Lori Special thanks to the field hockey team especially 
Mo, Michelle, and Kerri! (Seniors First!) Good luck to the 
class of '90! See you at the reunion! Future Goals: To go to 
college and law school. To become a successful lawyer and 
drive a red Ferrari. Or if that falls through, to be a singer in 
a popular band. Either way, I hope to be married, success- 
ful, and rich by the age of 30! 



Raff a, Jen 

189 South Rd. 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 1,2,3, Captain 4, Basketball 1, 
Varsity Softball 1,2,3,4; Class Adviser 1, Prom Chairman 3: 
Hall Decorating 1,2,3,4; Powder Puff 3,4; SADD 3,4 
Thanks To: Pattie and Rick, Debbie and EJ, kirn. Mom, and 
Dad for telling me where the game is. The Raisins, Mae it 's 




finally come true - Edwards, Pam, for being silly. Lori, for 
planning everything, Jenn for being sassy, Kath February 
vacation, Suzi, knowing you're there, and Kristin, foi 
knowing everything. Also, Micelle, Lynne, Jill, Soccer 
team, and Dave. To all the men. ..Danny, Grub, Mike J, 
Adam, Tom, and Mike G. I LOVE YOU ALL! Especially 
thanks to Dennis Jon we both know we'll be traveling 
apart, but I'll never forget the times we shared. Catch your 
dream, 1 know you can. I'll love you forever. Future Goals: 
To get rid of my rolls, have 20/20 vision, own the Batmo- 
bile, and become Assistant Manager of Alexander's. 

Randazzo, Robin 

17 Cot Hill Rd. 

Activities: Detention; Rifle 1,2: Failing 1,2,3,4. Thanks To: 
Mom, Dad, DonaI'd, and Jay - How could you put up with 
me? Special thanks to Beth, Michelle, and Diane - without 
you three I'd be lost. You've all helped me out with every- 
thing. You're my best friends and I luv ya! Nikki Pucciar- 
ella - 1 wish you still live here. I miss ya a whole bunch. To 
Mike (my bro) and Jason Baldwin - 1 miss you guys a ton, 
I'll always remember the prom, I had the best time. I love 
you two so much, you were always there for me when I 
needed ya, I wish you could come back! Also to Lauren T. 
Kerri S, StaceyH, Shannon O, Shane J, Tim M, KathyJ, Jen 
G, Dan M, Tina D, Donna W, Chad L - miss ya - , Jason G, 
Julie M, Carolyn S, Kayte, all of Winchester, Kathy M, 
Lind M, Chris M, Brenda P, all the mall rats and metal 
beads, you guys are awesome!!! And to Craig - I'm glad 
things are working out for us, you're wicked funny and so 
much fun to be with, I love you! Hey Beth, Michelle and 
Diane remember. ..6th row Poison, Backstage Bound, 
sneaking out at 3:00am, the pits train bridge, Florida, Ver- 
mont, Halloween, the popcorn, "Night Ned," Hey Mi- 
chelle, want some pie? Future Goals: To get out of high 
school and then get out of Purity Supreme and either get 
into a metal band and be a lead guitarist or get into child 
care. Also to get married and have tons of kids! 

Rhodes, Chris 

9 Freedom Cir. 

Activities: Concert Band 1: Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Choir 1; 
Madrigal 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1.2.3.4; 
Jazz Ensemble 2.3.4; Math League 3.4; Ded Club 3; Musical 
1.2.3.4; Show Choir 4; Districts 3.4; All-States 3.4; United 
States Youth Chorale 3; Spanish Club 2.3. Vice President 4 
Thanks To: Sandra - "/ want to hear a tee; I want to hear a 
tab!. " Judy, Julie, Erin, Donna, Mike, Carrie, Kitty. & the 
rest of you guys for a great marching band season! Rachel - 
"Is that you?" Let no balloons lie. Do the Kaven! Andrea, 
possibly Japan-bound, the Hovdes. Mom. Dad. the Vi- 
sinskys and Miss Siegel for tournament. And Adrian. 
Mark, Becky, Liz, Nicole, and Melissa Kidd, Kara, Tammy, 
Camarie, Amy, Becky R, Courtney, Kelly, Ami Bowen, & 
TuJu. Future Goals: To live to see all nuclear arms ban- 
ished. To live in happiness surrounded by many friends 
and many flowers. To make beautiful music. Perform on 
Broadway just once. To have a lovely wife and a garden that 
has the best cantaloupes in the state. Also, to find out how 
the person following me became saludatorian! 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 207 



Ricch Diana 

54 Meadowbrook Rd. 

ActivitiesiTennis 1, Varsity 2,3,4. Varsity Ski Tearri 2.3.4. 
Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Concept Band I. Marching Band 
1,2.3,4; Orchestra 2.3,4; Pit Orchestra 2.4. Double Sextette 
2,3, Co-director 2,4; Madrigal 3.4. Musical 1.3. Choir 1. 
Athletic Trainer 2.3; NHS 3.4. Science League 2.3.4. Math 
League 3; Spanish Club 2,3.4; AFS 2.3,4. SADD 1.2.3,4. Hall 
Decorating 1,2.3.4; Powder Puff 3.4 Thanks To: Mom. 
Dad, Linda. Anne, Duchess, what a close-knit family, but I 
love you anyway CHERCJNKAYJULDlAMELx2 Friends 
Forever! Never forget the pictionary and murder mystery- 
parties. Cheryl, why are you so tall? Cindy, thanks fot 
knocking some "cents" into me Melissa K., always re 
member Cape Cod. Kayte. thanks for all the laughs, memo 
ries, and parties. Melissa W., never forget Washington 
D.C and the all black and flowered Russian women Julie. I 
can't wait to go to the Middlesex County Fair next year 
Why is he jump-ing? Melissa W. Kayte, Cheryl. Seema 
Linda, the Moscow • Paris - London trip was the best Liz. 
double sextette going to make it? Kara, why are we in thi-^ 
math class? Eileen, Amy, and Cindy L . my ski team bud 
dies. Volleyball team, especially Bri. Solvi. Rebecca, and 
Uli. Tennis team, especially Kitty. Cretchen, Rebecca, Amy 
- dancing piccolos rule (sorry Brian), riding on top of the 
car, of course ! don 't know where I'm driving, and finally 
watch out for the Ouija Spirit Future Goals: To find out 
exactly what I want to do with my life and do it. and of 
course to be happy. 

Richards, Neil 

64 Carlisle Rd. 

Activities: Forum 1, Copy editor J, Editor 4; Debate 1.2,3.4. 
Science League 1,2,3,4; Legislative 1.3.4; Citizenship Com 
mittee 2,3.4; French Club 3.4; CCF Founder 4. Math 4 
Wind-bashing 1,2,3.4; Tennis 2. Science Committee 3.4 
NHS 3,4; Adam Eriich Fan Club 1 Thanks To; Pilevski. Sy 
Sperling, John and Beth (heh-heh). The Forum guys Andy 
Kevin. Chris. Jeff. Adrian. Nicole. Seema. and all of the 
writers, especially sophomores and juniors. Matt. Mike. 
Bill, Andy. Becky, Dave. Le Petit Pr ince. Mr. Spinosa. Ms 
Mehrle, Mark. Chris, and the other debate studs. Mum 
Dad. Emma. Rick the dog. Adam Matthew Richards, my 
ninth grade play group, Lilo for the book in the face}. Kitty 




(for giving me someone to be mean to in French). Nipps. 
Tricia & Kathy (I guess), Jim, the rest of the Davidson s 
bunch. US History book reports, luncheon meats, anyone 
with a car, anyone called Mohammed, anyone without a 
spleen, tonsils, a kidney, and a brain; cream pies, my cook- 



ing class, the geeks going to Cornell. Bob Stanley, West 
Point. Elvis. Mike Dukakis. Ted Kennedy, chocolate. Fox 
in Sox (debate) - Knox is the US gold reserve' Pagemaker 3. 
hard disk drives, the Legislative Committee, the SAT's, 
anybody who I didn't mention and wants to beat me up. 
people on base who subscribe to Forum, whoever typed 
this (You're welcome. Neil), and most of all the Wind 
Ensemble for giving me a great target for the past 4 years 
Future Coals: To teach my sister how to play either auxilary 
percussion (i e. the triangle) or the French Horn, so she can 
take Wind Ensemble next year To look like my yearbook 
picture To buy a new tie To find someone who looks like 
the picture on my right To make lots of money and never 
go bald 

Roberts, Alison 

22 Old Stagecoach Rd. 

Activities: Swim Team I. Athletic Training 1. Hall Decorat- 
ing 1.2.3. Cheerleading 2.3. Prom Decorating 3. Rifle Team 
1,2.3.4. Tournament of Plays 1 Thanks To: Mom. Dad. Sl 
Woofer ■ I love you My second family, the Mannings ■ 
love ya My best friends Tray-bay. Lisa. Greedy. Lia Also 
thanks to Chen. Amy. and Doug Jim C. Jim T. Scottie. 
Kenny D, especially E)ennis. and the rest of YM My big 
brother Taavo ((Zeek) Tray. Laurie * / want you to want 
me Special thanks to Tommy (Loooosa) My study-buddies 
Lynne and Nss Johnathan. Russ. A Graph-head, who s 
turn to take the tray? Dana, of course Susanne and Jules. 1 
excellent summer' Steph and Alicia, you kept cheerleading 
a lot of fun David F and Michelle, thant for making 
Marine B a laugh a minute Suzi and Michelle for G period 
Thank you to everyone who made these last four years 
ypecial Future Cosh: To marry Juan Valdez so I can have 
the perfect cup of coffee every morning and to finally 
receive Popert Lastly, to star in the Freedom Rock 
commercial 

Robinson, Sabrina 

7 Adams Rd. 

Rosewall, Kitty 

10 Fayette Rd 

Activities: Orchestra 1.2.3.4. Chamber Music 1.4 Pit Or- 
chestra 1.3.4. Districts 1.2.3.4. Wind Ensemble 2 4. March- 
ing Band 2.3.4. Drum Ma/or 4. Student Court 1.2.3.4. Legis- 
lative Committee 3.4. Citizenship Committee 3.4. Student 
Advisery 4. SADD 3 4. Cross Country 3 Ski Team 2.4. 
Basketball Manager 1 Tennis 1.2.3 4. AFS 4. Bedford Drug 
St Alcohol Committee Rep Thanks To: Mom for not kick- 
ing me out and engaging in duck talk' My two cats for 
helping me through life Kara for everything' Tammy 
(since 6th graded) Camarie (Juana'l Nichelle my crutch 
Krissy and Laura we miss you* Brian fot cheering me 
always^ Liam (I'm sure it s 7O0). Rachel M for being even 
stranger than Judy G for all those guy talks Chrissy. Amy 
P. Katie, and Sarah' Ian. Jim. Eric. Scott. Holly. Courtney. 
Cara (you guys are the best') Neil in French class, the whole 
BHS band! Mark for not making too much fun of me 
conducting Chris, for making life interesting' Becky it 
Nicole for a lot of Twix laughs Dwayne'" Future Coak: To 
enroll my kids in Brian's Creative School Of Driving To 
overthrow a government' To get across Hanscom speeding 
without getting caught To go cowtipping' Make heaucoup 
money and spend it all Run a huge farm for abused 
unwanted animals 

Sabetty, Sandra 
24 Jeffrey Cir. ^^^^^ 
Activities: JV Field Hix key 1 Yearbook Staff 2. Business 
Manager Editor 3. As^ocistr Editor 4. Senoir Section Editor 
4. Concert Band 1.2. WmJ Fn^rmhle ' 4 Orchestra 3 4. Jazz 
Ensemble 3. Marching P.- iPO 2.3.4 AFS 3. 

Treasurer 4. French Club 1 . ' Hall Decorating 

1.2.4. Prom E)ecorating S: Student L.c\ernment Day Rep 3. 
Legislative Committee 3 4. Citizenship Committee3.4. 
Homeroom Rep 2.3. Girls State Thanki to: Melissa- Are 
we lost? Lyz- for almost making Marshall s a drive-thru' 
Judy- Do you have a Tic Tac? Tve got to go to China 
Rachel- Welcome to Advanced Dirt PSYCHO* Jeff - Thanks 



for introducing me to the word plethora Kayte- Let's go for 
a sundae' Kitty- my imaginary friend Mike- Who stole my 
black velvet pants? Andy- Call me about Nantucket 
Chris- Listen to how great this sounds' The entire Ru Crew 
and its qualified driver for always making me laugh Eric- 




Thank you for all the fun timet, I don't know whst I'd do 
without you I love you all' Extra special thanks to Scott 
Todd. Craig, and the rest of my family Mom and Dad I II 
never be able to thank you enough for everything Future 
Goiah: I want to ride the Magic Bus. and go to College to 
establish some real goals 

Sarno, Carolyn 
4 Pond CiT 

Activities Basketball IJ.3.4. Field Hockey 1.2.3.4. Track 
1.2.3.4. Hall Decorating 4 SADD 3.4. Spanish Club 3. Pow- 
der Puff 4 Thsnka To: Mom and Dad- Anne- Ckris- Nice 
Kair Kathy. Julie. Box 1 Karrie. Kerrr Heather. Camarie- 
Mo. Michelle, and Knsten- W'ant to go to Breakfast 
Shan. What is a. Bobby. Scott. Jeff Shane, and Neil. Alet 
Kim. Tnth. Tina. Stephanie. Robyn. Thank you Mrs Sulli- 
van for all your help Special thanks to Heidi and Angela 
for Helping me be me Future Coak: To /ust be happy, and 
to be a* cool as Russ 

Schellhous, Russ 

7 NeWis Ter 

Activities Football manager. All-City I. 2J.4 Baseball 
manager 3.4 National Honor Society 3.4. Fellowshipping 
Christian Athlete* IJ. Jeff [)avis Booster Club Z Spanish 
Club 1. Math Team IJ. Basketball manager 1 Wrestling 1 
ThsnkM To: Coach Sabourin. Coach Campbell. Coach Pe- 
trtllo. Coach Lese Coach Lewis. Coach Vandevinder Coach 
Wilson. Coach Whetstone Mike. Angela Shaonns. Thad 
Christie. Chad. L^rry Chapman. Richard Monenef Mrs 
Snyder. Mr Hunt. Kevm. Allison Mike Carolyn Richard. 
John. Tim Big thanks to Irene. J iz Dicky and Pattie. Mom 
Dmd. the kids, and Randy A very special thanks to Cosch 
John Madolalon Future CojIu Be a manager for the Inter- 
national Federation of Female Mud Wrestlers Write a book 
on the true length of 67 yards and live off the royalties 

Seidman, Brian 

27 Selfndge Rd 

ActivitiesJV Tennis 1. Varsity 2.3.4. JV Rifle I. Varsity 2.3 
captain 4. Debate lX-3.4. Spanish Club 1.2.3.4. Telemedia 
1.2,3 4. Forum 2. Saence League 3.4. Math League 3.4 
Thank* To:Dave Trant for getting me in trouble- Canobie. 
Dudley, signs me ticket, etc . Scott Anderson for making C 
block fun and exciting and letting me talk to your Ki/ir, and 
for going on the road trip Jim Busch for smirking being 
iassy. and telling me I have no class- a special thanks to 
Jim artd Scott for driving through the woods with me^ Eric 
Packer for making me laugh on the show, letting me drive 
his standard and for going on the road trip. Ian Clomski 
(Sweet Cheeks! for teaching me how to climb rocks and 
look for the perfect blue-eyed blond. Jamie Perry for de- 
serting us and going to E>eerfield. Chris Welch (Hop-a- 
long) for helping me pass Math and for thumbwrestling 
Ken Chen for playing hockey and ptrxg pong and letting 
me annoy him and beat on Yohan. Kitty Rosewall for 
responding to my calling her a garden utensil by hitting 
me where it counts, and for always beirut there to talk to 



208 SENIOR DIRECTORY 



and for abuse; Kara Iverson for the E and G period hugs 
and for trying to make me a gen tleman. Holly Stockdale for 
always calling me a goon in the hall; Cara Swenson for 
calling me whenever she had nothing better to do; Court- 
ney Eagles for always thinking everything I said had per- 
verted meaning, when sometimes it didn V, Ami Bowen for 
always giving me advice- there was a man sleeping on the 
pole that night! Zuzka Volicer for never giving me the one 
thing I asked for; Keri McGrath for laughing at my Jokes 
and for the advice; Dan Eisenman for always trying to get 
me in trouble with the Lexington Police and for Marilyn; 
Suzanne Steiner for all the talks, advice and fun; of course, 
the Ru- for making me look good wherever I went; my 
family for supporting me and my Mom and Dad for put- 
ting up with me all this time. Future Goals-.Go to law 
school, enter the FBI, raise a family, retire at 45 and go into 
private practice or take over my father's business. Maybe, 
if your kids are lucky, / will open the Seidman School of 
Driving, which places heavy emphasis on the ability to 
drive through the woods. 

Serra, Mike 

103 Page Rd. 

Activities: Hockey 1,2,3.4; Band 1; Auxiliary Football 3,4; 
Microstench 2. Thanks To:N.W.A. for making such fine 
records. Future Goals:Move to a town with a poopulation 
that's bigger than my family. 

Shapiro, Andy 

4 Overlook Dr. 

Activities-.Telemedia 1.2,3, Programming Board 4; SADD 
3,4; Yearbook 2; Latin Club 3,4; JV Ski Team 1; JV Golf 
Team 2; JV Tennis 1,2,3, Varsity 4; JV Rifle Team 2. 
Thanks ToiMy family and friends for giving me support 
throughout high school. Future Coals.To be successful and 
have a nice family and home. 

Sharpe, Dwayne 

6 Colony Cir. 

Activities:JV Football 1,2, Varsity 3,4; JV Track 2, Varsity 
3,4; Baseball 1; French Club 1,3; Latin Club 10; AFS 3,4; 
SADD 3,4; Wind Ensemble 1,2,3.4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Drama 
Club 4; Show Choir 4; Jazz Band 1,2.3.4; District Chorus 



4 



2.3,4. All-State Chorus 3.4. Madrigal 2.3.4. Thanks to.Mom, 
Dad. Val. and Moni. for all your support and everything 
you've done for me (Chris. Bill, Milee); Kitty, Kara, and 
crew, Roxie. Courtney. Musical Crew, my teachers, fellow 
athletes and musicians and everyone I did not have room to 



mention; lastly to the Lord above for getting me through it 
all. Thanx everyone. Future Goals:To be ambitious in every- 
thing that I do but not be so successful that I lose track of 
the real values of life. 

Sherman, Tom 

3 Patriot Circle 

Smith, Tanya 

4 Prescott PI. 

Activities'.Yearbook 1; Track 2,3.4; Spanish Club 3.Thanks 
To: Ma and Dad for putting up with me for all years. 
Without you I'd be nowhere! Love ya! -My little bro. David 
(touchdowns), I love you too'. -Grandmas (2). Grandfather ( 
I'll never forget you). "D" period unassigned cafe "The 
Get-Along Gang".. .it was fun (Lisa. Julie). Bacon (Tara)... 
even though we weren 't close our last year... you are still a 
good friend to me! Erinn (I haven t forgotten ya!) Grumpy! - 
Darryl L. I'll always remember the good times... miss 
muches... can't wait to see ya! Ron (Kenny) sorry for being 
so cruel. The people in ITALIA (Sandy). ETC... Future 
GoalsTo get away from Bedford; Get into some good school 
sooner or later... and... make something of myself; go back 
to Italy (just to visit); see Daryl again; live a happy life! 



Stefanidakis, Nick 

2 Radcliffe Cir. 

Activities.-Varsity Ski Team 1,2, Captain 3.4; JV Lacrosse 1; 
Golf 2,4; French Club 1.2; Latin Club 3,4; fiall Decorating 
4.Thanks To:My Parents. David Mike. Scott. Ryan. Lynne. 
Kelley, Micheal. Linda, Chris. Georgia. Donna, and every- 
one at Bedford Farms (JV). Thanks. Future Goals:To finish 
High School, graduate from an Architectural Engineering 
School and finally change the sky line to every major city. 

Stockdale, Holly 

5 Glenridge Dr. 

Activities:JV Field Hockey 2, Varsity 3.4: JV Tennis 1, 
Varsity 2,3,4; Hall Decorating 2.3,4; Prom Decorating 3: 
Latin Club 3,4; SADD 2.3.4; Telemedia 4; Citizenship Com- 
mittee 4. Thanks To:My best friends Cara and Courtney. 
You are the greatest and I don't know what I would do 
without you. The Ru crew- Brian, Kunchmois, Sweet- 
cheeks, and Eric for those exciting weekends. The Field 
Hockey Team for the good times. I would also like to thank 
Amy, Katie, Chrissy. Sarah. Lisa. Ami. Kitty, and Kristin. 
You guys are the best. And special thanks to my sister 
Carolyn for always being there. Future Goals-.Make sure to 
experience life in California and be successful at whatever 
college I choose. Fly to Las Vegas and gamble the night 
away. 



Sullivan, Dennis 

11 Evans Ave. 

Activities-.Soccer 1.2; Football 3; Hockey 3.4; Lacrosse 4; 
Math League 3; Hall Decorating 4. Thanks To:Mom and 
Dad; my brothers; and favorite siste; Sunny. Katie; Sarah; 
Chrissy; Amy; Maureen. Michelle. Kenny D ; Eric; Jill. 
Adam; Cathy; Kathy, Amy, Monica; Ski Trip '89 and '90; 
the Pole; Mike; Ed. Future Goah:To get the money; a job; to 
stay in one college for four years; and live an awesome 
exciting life without losing touch with my friends. 

Swenson, Cara 

7 Glenridge Dr. 

Activities-.Field Hockey 2. Varsity 3.4. Hall Decorating 
2,3,4; SADD 2.3.4. Prom Decorating 3, Latin Club 3. trea- 
surer 4; Powder Puff 3.4; Telemedia 4. AFS 4; Citizenship 
Committee 4. Thanks To:Most of all to my two best 
friends- Holly and Courtney. YOu guys are the greatest! 
Lisa for being yourself. Kristen for listening, and Ami for 
understanding The RU crew for making the summer of 89 
a blast! Brian for making me laugh. Jim (Kunchmois). 
' Have a nice trip!' '. Ian (Sweetcheeks) for smiling, and Eric 
for your love of Gumby! Amy for being there and the rest 
of the Grubbles for the good times- Sarah. Katie, and 



Chrissy. The Field Hockey Team, special thanks to my 
family.Future Goals:Graduate from college and then travel 
the world. To keep on smiling, even through the rough 
times, and to have the best possible life, most importantly 
to cure the world of all human cruelties. 




Szczesniak, Carl 
200 Springs Rd. 

Activities-.Basketball 1,2. Varsity 3.4; Golf 2; Football 3, 
Tennis 4; Hall Decorating 4; Prom Decorating 3.4; Science 
League 2,4; NHS 3.4; Prom Chairman 4; CCC representitive 
4; Home Room Rep. 4; Latin Club 4. School/Community 
Rep. for Evalution of School 4; Digital Computer Confer- 
ence Student Rep. 4. Bedford Day 4 (Awesome "Funny 
Picture " Stands). Thanks To:Thanks to my Mom, my 
brothers, my Aunt. Uncle, and Cousins, for being there 
when / needed them most. To Dave for the laughs, Scott, 
Brad, Holtze for the articles. Liam, Tom, Chris M.. Eric, 
Brian, Chris (Wayse), Dennis S., Dan and Mike for wild 
lunch eating habits, Niki, Lennox, John L.. Dave Z.. Frank- 
lin, and Mr. Reynolds for the radiator seat in History. 
Future GoaIs:Be ab^e to run faster than Carl Lewis. Become 
a notorious biologist while enjoying what I do! Marry the 
girl of my dreams. Jam like Jordan and really Jam like 
Franklin doing the running man. 

Taylor^ Dennis^ 

69B Scott Cir. 

Activities: Varsity Soccer 2,3,^: Varsity Basketball 3.4; Var- 
sity Baseball 2,3.4. Thanks To: Dan Carroll. Tom Lentine. 
Mike Jarvis. Aaron Finkelstein. Jennifer Raffa. Mr. Sa- 
bourin, Scott Albani, Mark Alves, Mr. Hunt. Kathy Boffa . 
my mother and father, for everything. Pam for understand- 
ing and being there. Jenn Raffa for all the great times in 
11th and 12th grade. Grub, sorry for your car. Suzi. Jenn A, 
Mary Kate. Mike Giard, Lori. Michelle, and the soccer 
team. Future Goals: To go to college. 

Taylor, Pam 

39 Pine St. 

Activities: Majorettes 1.2. Captain 3.4; Lip Sync 1.2.3.4; 
Activities Chairperson 2; Prom Chairperson 3. Hall Deco- 
rating 3,4. Thanks To: Lori Goodwin for showing me the 
best times in high school and down at the Cape. Mary Kate 
for always being around Jenny. Jenn. Kathy. Kristin. Suzi. 
Michelle. Branch. Thanks to the Macho Men who always 
understood me. to Dennis for all the talks, thanks to Grub. 
Danny. Mike G. Mike J. Chris McCune for the bad movie 
but fun time Thanks to my dad, Kimsey. Mom. and John. 
Future Goals: To sail around the world for a honeymoon. 
To let my kids use 'the boat " instead of the car. To stay in 
college until I grow up or until I'm sick of partying. 

Tiku, Seema 

36 Glenridge Dr. 

Activities: Swimming 2.3.4. Flag Squad 4; Forum 3.4. 
French Club 2.3.4; SADD 3. Hall Decorating 2.3.4: Powder 
Puff 3,4. Thanks To: Mom and Dad for always believing 
that I could be the best: Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam with Flag 
Force. Rick Lives, Forever!! The whole flag squad, you 
know who you are; Special thanks to Liz and Kayte (fellow 
world travellers); Ray. you have no friends. Theresa (fellow 
Homeboy); very special thanks to Kristen and Lindd. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 209 



friends forever Future Goils: To go to college, become a 
doctor, spend my 20's travelling, spending money and 
practicing free love and eventually give everything up to 
join the peace corp and help people. 

Tompkins, Scott 

6 Clark Rd. 

Travers, Lauren 
31 Neillian St. 

UdeH, Jeffrey ^ 

26 Cot Hill Rd. 

Aclivilies: ROTC 1,2,3,4; Jazz 2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4. Spanish 
Club 2,3: Latin Club 4. Thanks To: Mom and Dad, Bob, 
Steve, Dana, Costa, tnd yes Kelly All of USY, Croup 6, 
especially Mike, Debbie, Jessica, tnd Cindy Future Coals: 
Finish my education, get * gmt job, buy a BMW and a boat 
before Bob does, and especially keep in touch 

Venuti, Scott 

2 Hardy Rd. mtT 1^ 

Aclivilies: Baseball I, Vtrsity 2J,4: Coif 2,3, Captain 4: 
Soccer 1: SADD 3,4, Hell Decorating 1,2.3,4. Prom Decorat- 
ing 3; Latin Club 3.4 Tlunks To: Nick, for being my best 
friend and for helping aie with all those things I will 
probably never know how to do. -Scott and Ken. you 're the 
two people that I know J can always go to and discuss my 
problems with -Adam. Lennox. Rich. Liam. Grub. Jill. 
Dennis, and anybody I forgot. -Bedford Farms, Mark, 
Ryan, Erin, and the rest of the crew -The baseball team. 
Coach Sab, Mr Reynolds, and Russ -Lynne, "Me too 
Mom and Dad for everything. -Bro and Funch, for putting 
up with me -Thanks Future Coals: Togo to the college of 
my choice and then take over the farms - Yahhhf 

Welch, Chris ^ *pr 

6 Cedar Ridge Terrace 

Activities: Cross Country 1J,3, Tennis 1,2,3,4. Debate 
1.2.3.4. Telemedia 3.4. Legislative Committee 1.2.3.4. NHS 
3.4. Thanks To: All of my friends and family who made 
high school what it has been Future Coals: To establish 
some goals in the near future, and to become the Commis- 
sioner of the National Stickball League 




Wheat on, Robert 

8 Wagon Wheel Dr. 

Aclivilies: Basketball 1.2.3 Thanks To: Mom and Dad, 
Chris. Dana. Kosia, Kevin, Sam. Tim. Lennox. Rich. John. 
Steve. Jeff. Michelle. Jim. Dave. Nicole. Kelly. Bryan, and 
Scott Future Coils: Co to college, then buy a boat and 
spend summers on it, then buy a BMW Gel married and 
have the most fun that I can 

Whiting, Dawn 

17 Hill Terrace 

Williams, Donna 
35 Shawsheen Rd. 

Aclivilies: Field Hockey JV I. V 2; Powder Puff 3,4. Hall 
decorating 1,2,3 Thanks To: Mom, Tom, and Steve for 
putting up with me Lori, for being my best friend Val. 
Jenni, Kaihy, Michelle, Kristin, Soma, Jeff and the dead 
gang for making these years a parly' Chris, for being the 
best boyfriend. I love ya Remember Tuesday night meet- 
ings and Renaldi s class Future Gotln To marry Chris 
move out of Bedford and go to many more Grateful Dead 
shows 

Wilson, Kim 

18 Cenetti Circle 

Aclivilies: Detention 1.2.3.4 Thanks To: My mother and 
Mr and Mrs lovino for making me a big girl from all youi 
good home cookin' Special thanks to my friends Tracie 
Peaks (what would we do without Lloyd). Wendy Chapman 
(lunchtime). Sharon Porter (cambol, Kristin Decaprio (the 
Taggart s trip). Ntkki Messineo. Tracie Giles. Emie G. 
Tom S . and Phil P (in Auto), wood shop crew and metal 
shop Mr Carlson. Mi Machado. and Mr Petrillo for 
watching over me And most of all Kim lovino wr had 
some fun limes you better smartin up you weekend wamot 
And also Angel Marlines and to all of my other friends, ii > 
been fun. goodluck in life' Future Coak: To own a truck or 
blazer, travel to Hawaii, get a high paying lob and he 
happy' and live my life to the fullest' 

Wilson, Sean 
18 Cenetti Circle 

Aclivilies: Football freshman 1. IV 2. Varsity 3.4. Basket- 
ball freshman I.JV2 Varsity 34. Baseball JV 1.2. Varsity 
3.4 Thanks To: My mom for putting up with me All the 
football coaches. Chiis McCune. Rich Fedete, Lennor 
Chase. Dan Carroll. Mike Jarvis. Dennis Taylor. Marcus 
Kennedy. Tim MacNeany John Hamby Scott Albani and 
everybody else who I might have missed Future Coals: To 
play football in college and gel a degree in Criminal Justice 
and some day become an FBI or DLA agent and kill 
somebody. 



Wingfield, Melissa 

93 Pine Hill Rd. 

Aclivilies: Latin Club 3.4. Spanish Club 3.4. SADD 2.3,4. 
Hall Deioraling 3 Thanks To: The Ralstons, Mark, Sarah, 
Diana, Cindy, Cheryl, Melissa, Andy. Lisa. Julie H . and 
Dawn - and everyone at work - thanks so much for making 
my high school years the best they could be - Til never 
forget you" Also a special thanks to my parents and Jen 
Future Coals: To go to college and become a dietician, and 
get married so I can have a large family and own a 
Mercedes 

Wolf, Rebecca 

3 Hilltop Dr. 

Aclivilies: Choir 1,2. Madrigal 3,4. Show Choir 4, Drama 
Club 4, French Club 3.4. Latin Club 3.4. Tennis JV IJ. 
Varsity 3.4. NHS 3.4. Prom Decorating 3 The Hip Velocity 
Club 3. Marching Band 4. Spring Muscial 1.2.3.4 Tlunks 
To: Mom. Dad. David, my grandparents, and Honeysuckle 
Farm. Nicole. Lilo. Kayte, Adrian. Liz. Mark. Chris W., 
Neil. Chris R.. Rockin ' Robin. Mall. Sean (squirrels are the 
best). Rich and Melissa W (Latin Crew). Percussion Section 
of Marching Band (89- 90) Kitty. Melissa K. Brian Imy 
fellow troll and drunken elf). Davidson's Crew. Shaylor. 
Mr Phinney. and Mr Low Future Coals: To never live 
down the nickname Grace, to coast the entire length of 
Davis Rd , to own a red BMW. and to have enough sirenth 
and courage to follow til of my dreams 

Wood, Adrian 

21 Wihon Rd. 

Activities: Drama Club 3.4. Choir 1.2. Spring Musical 
1.2.3.4. Tennis 1,2.3.4. French Club 3.4. NHS 3.4 Forum 4. 
The Hip Velocity Club 3 Tlunks To: Mum. Dad. Ivan, my 
little brother Krisien L . Kayte, Becky. Liz. Nicjie. Mark. 
Neil. Chris Matt the Davidson s crew the Dunelm Yachi 
Club. The Hip Velocity Club for its information on spa- 
ghetti servers. Rockin Robin (tweet, tweet, tweet), and Mr 
Phinney and Mr Low Future Cotk: To become a best- 
selling author and a professional Zambont driver 

Zimmer, Linda 

11 Hill Crest Rd 

Activities: Concert Band : • Ma:, ^'ng Band 3. Swim- 
ming 2.3.4. Spanish Cluh .' ■( Htll Decorating 2.3,4, Powder 
Puff 3. Softball 2 Thanks To: Mv parents. Cindy. Cheryl. 
Julie. Krisien Li-j 'V- Melissa W. Nicole, and 
Tanya, and everyx^: i.lfReza. thanks for being 

there Future Coals Jgh tomorrow. 

Zoroglu, Kaan 

43 Meadowbrook Rd. 



210 SENIOR DIRECTORY 




SENIOR DIRECTORY 21 1 




150 



Adams, Keith 86 

Ahem, Rob 67, 118, 119 

Alba, Lisette73, 128 

Albani. Scott 6, 15, 42, 98, 99, 108, 

109, 127 
Albonesi, Bryan 79, 82, 102, 109 
Alessi, Chris 73, 108 
Alexander, Bryan 67 
Alexander, Cornelius 67, 
Alexander, Michelle 42 
Allen, Kenneth 79 
Allesi. Chris 127 
Almodovar, Joe 79, 149 
Alves, Mark 42, 98 
Amaya, Edwin 73 
Amaya, Luis 67 
Ambrose, William 84 
Anderson, Dawn 73, 135, 
Anderson, Mike 79, 119 
Anderson, Mrs. 26, 86, 138 
Anderson, Scott 42. 98, 138, 146 
Anderson, Todd 79, 102, 109 
Andrade, Amy 13, 38, 47. 66, 67, 

97, 128 
Andrews, Angel 95 
Ansorge, Pete 73, 98 
Asbedian, Jamie 17. 33. 67. 69. 98, 

108, 144, 146. 147 
Ashe.Jenn 14, 15,42, 114. 135. 144 
Atkinson. Jane 79, 122 
Atkinson, Mary 122, 143. 152 
Atkinson, Richard 79 
Attkinson, Jane 146 
Axtell, Rich 42, 114, 115, 135. 138, 

139 



141 




Bacguss. James 79 
Bailey, Jamie 33, 67, 146 
Bailey, Kevin 79. 95. 109 
Baker, Michelle 67 
Baker, Rachel 6 
Balling. Matt 79. 95 
Barbas, Mr, 1 39 



Barbas, Steven 86 
Barfield. Melissa 67 
Barron. Donald 86 
Bass, Barbara 42 
Belleview. Darren 73, 127 
Bengs,Timo31,42. 106, 107, 148 
Bergin. Kelly 79 

Berkowitz, Lisa 4, 43, 135, 146, 152 
Berkowitz. Rachel 80, 146 
Berman, Eric 14. 30. 43. 98. 99. 

113. 125. 144 
Berman. Josh 31, 67, 98, 128. 146 
Birch, Janice 86 
Birmingham, Dan 6, 7 
Blackstonc. Jennifer 79 
Blaisdell. Phil 67. 95, 119 
Blake. Martin 73 
Blako. Mark 98 

Blanchard, Lynnette 32. 38. 47. 67. 

97, 113. 128, 130, 146 
Blasi, Mike 67, 95. 127 
Blasioli. Lynna 73. 114. 115. 128 
Blondin, Chris 67, 106, 107. 117. 

128 

Bobrinitz. Nicola 73 

Boffa. Dave 78.79. 102. 143 

Bof ta. Kathy 6. 7, 43. 92. 126. 218 

Bohm. Raymond 84. 86 

Boisvert, Mark 1 19 

Boisvert. Michelle 67. 100. 128 

Borshay. Amy 67. 1(K) 

Borshay. Michelle 125 

Boschetto, Dave 67, 87, 98, 109, 

124. 125, 130 
Boschetto, Meg 79. 100. 101. 135. 

139 

Boutin, Bruce 73 
Boutin, Mike 79, 150 
Bowen, Ami 7. 33, 43. 97. 144. 150 
Bowen. Charlie 95 
Boyd. Ian 67 
Braga. Aldevino 86 
Brennan. Barb 73. 100. 1 16. 1 17. 
128 

Brescia. Dave 79. 98 

Brill. Alex 79. 135. 139 

Brogan. Mike 79. 107. 135. 139 

Brooks. Christy 73. 100. 150, 151 

Brooks. Crystal 73. 100. 150 

Brooks. Michael 73 

Browne. Sage 73, 125, 135, 141 



Brunelleschi, Gian 43, 1 12. 1 13, 
ISO 



Byam, Scott 73. 114 
Byamm. Scott 1 39 



'J 




Buckley. Joseph 84 
Buckley. Sean 67 
Bumann. Anita 35. 73. 74, 1 10 
Burke, Diane 67 
Burke, Michelle 67 
Burton. Darlene 73. 135 
Busch. Caroline 79, 104. 105 
Busch. Fred 67. 128 
Busch. Jim 17. 28. 29.43. 128. 



e 



146 



Caan. Scott 149 
Cacciola, Peter 86 
Cadotte. Lisa 12, 73. 135. 139. 141. 
149 



-:12 Index 



Callahan. Jennifer 67, 100 
Callahan. Kelly 73, 104, 105, 141 
Callahan, Tim 73, 75, 146 
Campagna, Jeff 6, 43, 143, 144, 

149. 150, 152, 153 
Campbell. Edward 86 
Campbell. Rachel 67, 106. 107, 117, 

128 

Campoli, Heather 67 
Campoli, Jason 79, 98 
Cann, Scott 67 

Cann, Stephanie 79, 100, 1 17 
Canter, Lawrence 84 
Caraballo. Anita 79, 100, 112, 135, 
150 

Cardile. Kim 67, 126 

Carlson, Jared 79, 108, 109 

Carlson, Victor 86 

Carlton. Betsy 27, 79, 83, 135, 139. 

140, 141, 149 
Carpenter, Krystin 79, 80, 1 14, 115, 

135, 138.139 
Carr, Lilo 3, 24, 29, 43. 62. 65. 135, 

140, 141, 149 
Carr, Sylvia 25, 73, 141, 143, 144, 

149 

Carroll, Danny 44, 62, 98, 128 

Carroll. Joyce 73, 100, 101 

Carson, Jen 73, 105, 141, 143, 149 

Cervo, Suzanne 86 

Cestrone, James 67 

Chan, Kim-Lung 73 

Chan, May 79 

Chapman, Wendy 44 

Chappel, Keith 67 

Chase, Lennox 15, 40, 44, 62. 94. 

123, 128, 145 
Chen, Ken 44, 120, 121, 143, 146 
Chen, Mark 67 
Chen, Yung-Hsin 73 
Chester, Stephen 79 
Chester, Tom 67, 146 
Chisholm, Jason 73, 95 
Christie, Sean 79, 109 
Christofferson, Paul 6 
Chui, Jane 79, 138 
Ciccone, Terri 79. 95, 109 
Ciolfi, Robert 86 
Clancy, Karen 73, 97, 141 
Clark, Camarie 15, 40, 44, 149, 152 
Clark. Josh 67, 117, 123 
Clark, Steve 79, 98 



Clayton, George 73, 131, 134, 135, 

138, 139, 146 
Clouse, Rachel 73, 150 
Coble, Kelly 25, 79, 149 
Cohen, Jen 13, 33, 67. 97. 128, 144, 

149 

Cohen, Jodi 12, 25, 73, 135, 140, 

141, 149 
Cohen, Josh 79, 98 
Colliton. Kristen 79, 97 
Colliton, Maureen 73, 97, 128, 146 
Combattelli. James 67 
Concannon, Theresa 73, 74, 75, 

128. 135, 139 
Connolly, Kevin 86 
Conolly, Amy 67 
Cooke, Dave 44, 127, 150 
Coriaty, Tammy 5, 13, 15. 28, 40, 

44 

Corliss, William 86 

Correia, Marcy 73, 97, 126, 141 

Cotton, Franklin 95, 128 

Coughlan. Donna 73, 74, 135, 150 

Coughlin, Brandi 73 

Coviello, Cynthia 73 

Craig, Ann 79, 100, 117, 149 

Craig, Rita 86 

Crane, Ashley 79 

Cronin, Chrissy 33, 44, 63, 92, 97, 

126, 127 
Crump, Tara45, 105 
Cunnald, David 6 
Curry, Warren 6 

V 

Dallas, Jonathan 79 
Dallman, Michael 73 
Dameron, Vernon 86 
Davis, James 79 
Davis, Michelle 45, 64 
Deardorff, Sean 67, 102, 1 12, 125, 
146 

Decaprio, Kristen 45 
Dee, Michelle 67, 135 
DeFrancesco, Cindy 43, 150 
DeGregory, Rachelle 79, 138, 140, 

141. 149 
DeLuca. Alicia 67, 104, 105, 146 
Demby, Cameron 108 



Dempsey, Amy 67, 68 
Dempsey, Matthew 79, 95 
Denaro, Krista 73, 128 
Desantis, David 73 
Devlin, Maureen 25, 73, 75, 140, 

141, 143, 149 
Dickinson, Jen 67, 73, 129, 143, 

146 

DiClemente, Joan 86 
DiNisco. Michelle 73, 97, 128, 146 
DiNitto, Jen 135 
DiPietro, Charles 86 
Dishman, Jason 67 
Dmochowski, Mike 26, 32, 67, 98, 
139 

Dockham, Mike 150 
Dockham, Rick 67, 150 
Dodge, Mike 79,95. 109 
Doherty. Katie 79, 104, 105 
Doherty, Paul 67, 123, 127, 146 
Doherty, Tina 73, 97 
Dohman, Robin 67 
Doiron, Theresa 86 
Donaldson, Rob 17, 67 
Donovan, Eleanor 84 
Donovan, Michael 86 
Donovan, Mrs. 88 
Dooley, Tom 86, 149 
Dougherty. Ken 45, 117, 127 
Dowling, Elizabeth 86 
Drenas, Kathleen 86 
Drohan, Brian 79, 121, 146, 149 
Droznin, Elina 73 
Dubitski, Stephanie 79, 97, 138 
Duggan, Amy 73 
Duggan, Thomas 84, 87 
Duris, Kevin 67, 102, 103, 121, 123, 
139 

Duris, Shay 79, 80, 97, 139 
Durkin, Mike 3, 5, 28, 45, 135, 138. 
139 

Dworshak, Megan 67, 97, 1 14, 128 

s 

Eagles, Courtney 4, 7, 45, 96, 97. 

125, 144, 146, 147, 149,218 
Ebersole, John 67, 142 
Edwards, Michelle 73 
Ela, Gretchen 35, 73, 77, 97, 126. 



135, 139, 142, 143, 149 
Eldridge, Jason 67 
Erlich, Shari67, 97, 140, 141 

7 

Farmer, Keith 67, 94, 95, 1 16, 1 17. 

123, 128 
Fedele, Rich 15, 45, 94, 95. 127 
Fehlau, Brian 13, 24, 26, 79, 80, 

114,135,139,141,149 
Fehlau. Erin 38, 67, 71, 97, 112, 

132, 135, 139, 140, 141, 149 
Feldman, Darren 73, 95 
Ferro, Melissa 62, 46, 1 14. 142, 

144, 150, 152, 153 
Ferro, Suzanne 46, 64, 104. 105 
Finkelstein, Aaron 46, 102, 1 14, 

127 

Finklestein, Janice 86 
Flores, Alejandra 67 
Flores, Alex 140, 141 
Flores, David 73 
Franks, Terri 79, 97 
Frederick, Mark 46, 139. 150, 151 
Frederiksen, Renel 91 
Freeman, Alex 67, 1 14, 1 15. 135, 
139 

Freeman, Jill 79, 100. 1 14, 1 15, 

139, 140 
Freeman. Kathy 73, 141, 158 
French, Claire 86 
French, Sybil 86 
Friedman, Debbi 73 
Furey, Dave 46, 123 




Galani,Judy 67, 125. 135, 139, 142. 

144, 149, 152 
Gallant. Mark 68. 117. 126. 127 
Galvan. Daniel 79, 95 
Galvan. Ernesto 46 
Garrison, Jason 46 
Garrison. Jessica 68 
Garry, Mike 146 

Geary, Kevin 68, 102, 103, 143. 144 



Index 213 



Geilfuss, Brad 46, 65, 107, 117, 

128, 135. 142, 143, 150 
Geilfuss, Jack 68, 106, 107, 1 17, 

128, 134, 135, 139 
Gelormini, Kyle 68, 69, 108, 127 
Gersh, David 79, 83, 135, 139, 149 
Giard, Mike 17. 47, 102, 103, 108, 

109, 131,218 
Giddis, Elaine 86 
Giles, Tracy 47 
Ginn, John 79, 95, 108 
Giscombe, Ron 73, 95 
Glennon, Sarah 33, 47, 92, 97, 126 
Glomski, Ian 2, 7, 17, 47, 65, 98, 

149 

Gollis. Bernard 86 
Goodarz, John 68, 98, 1 12, 128, 138 
Goodwin, Lori 6, 47, 135 
Gordon, Mark 3. 47. 65. 135. 140. 

141, 147, 149 
Gottlieb. Craig 73. 98. 125. 141 
Graham. Tasha 79. 100. 150 
Granowitz, Scott 68, 107. 128 
Gray. Mark 68.98. 116 
Green, Carrie 79 
Greenway, Robert 86 
Grey, Holly 68. 92. 100, 101, 112. 

113, 126. 127 
Griffin. Andrea 68. 100. 128 
Griffin. Sarah 47, 100. 101, 110, 

128. 146 
Grof, Brian 73, 95 
Grof, Kevin 47 
GuUage, Paula 86 



140, 



Haggarty. Janice 88 
Hall, Andy 73, 127 
Hamby, Jon 68, 94, 95, 1 12, 1 17. 

123, 128 
Hamel, Christine 68, 97, 128 

141, 144, 149 
Hamilton, Marguerite 88 
Hanley, Constance 88 
Hanley, Mary Kate 6, 7, 48 
Hanley, Maureen 40, 88 
Hansen, Jen 79, 110, 111 
Hanson, Jen 100, 104. 105 
Hanson, Stacey 68 



Harley, Amy 74, 117. 128, 149 
Harley, Julie 48. 100. 101 
Harrington, Christine 79 
Harris, Bradley 80 
Harris. Saprina 122, 150 
Hart. Lorena 74 
Hartwell. Melissa 68 
Heimple, Valerie 74. 76 
Henkel. Melissa 80 



Huffman. Mike 68. 95, 112 

Hunsader, Monica 68. 100, 101, 126 

Hunt. Dan 74, 98 

Hunt, Dave 68, 98 

Hunt. Gary 88 

Hunt. Jim 48. 98. 123. 128 

Hunt. Mr. 16. 17 

Hunter, Heather 74 

Hard. Kathv 68. 71. 129. 135, 139 



Iverson, Jennifer 80. 149 
Iverson. Kara 28. 32, 49, 125. 142. 
144. 150. 151. 152, 153 




Henry. Chris 68. 143 

Hentz. Robert 84 

Hibbard. Jean 88 

Higham. Richard 68 

Hildreth. Angle 80 

Hildreth. Robert 48 

Hirsch. Chris 68. 121. 149 

Hirsch. Dave 142 

Hocker. Karen 40. 48, 122. 142 

Holden. Jonathan 74 

Holden. Katie 17. 74. 100. 1 17. 128 

Holmes. Tommy 6 

Holtzman. Dave 48, 1 12. 143 

Hovsepian. Dorothy 88 

Huff. Clint 88 



Hurley. Cait 80.81, 100. 101. 110. 
141 

Hurley. Liam 6. 7. 15. 31. 48. 63. 
98.99. 108, 109. 125. 131. 144. 
151 

Hursh. David 80. 138 



Inferrera. Anthony 48 
Ingraham. Peter 74 
lovino. Kim 49 
Isabelle, Dave 49. 119 



Jannis. Mandy 80. 83. 97, 141 
Jannis. Nicole 29. 49. 125. 135. 149 
Janson. Ryan 33. 68. 95 
Jarek. Kathy 49 

Jarvis. Mike 49. 63. 95. 117. 123, 
128 

Jeannone. Jeffrey 74 
Jehle. Ashley 35. 74. 126 
Jehle. Heather 68. 100. 126. 144 
Johnson. Antonio 80 
Johnson. Nana-Kyi 74 
Johnson. Susan 74 
Johnson, Tony 49. 95 
Jones, April 141 
Jones. Debbie 74. 97 



214 Index 



Jones, Jeff 68, 109 
Judge, John 88 



Kapuria, Samir69, 102, 123, 138 

Keating, Zach 69, 112 

Keiieher, Lisa 69 

Kelly, James 49, 88 

Kelly, Mr. 146 

Kennedy, Hope 74 

Kennedy, Josh 6, 50, 149, 150, 152 

Kennedy, Marcus 69, 95, 146 

Kenon, Reggie 74, 95 

Kerachsky, Elaine 88 

Kern, Brian 125, 142 

Keroes, Josh 74, 143 

Keup, William 88 

King, Nicole 15,40, 50 



Kuhr, Bri29, 50, 1 10, 1 1 1, 122, 
131, 141 

Kuhr, Uli 29, 30, 31, 74, 1 10, 122, 
141 

Kupiec, Nadav 3, 50, 1 17, 128, 142, 
144 

Kwiatkowski, Mike 50 
Kyvelos, Matthew 80 
Kyvelos, Stephanie 74, 76, 97, 126, 
138 



Lanier, Andrea 74 

Larsen, Kristen 74, 1 14, 125, 141 

Le, Viet 27,80, 138 

Lee, Oana 69 

Lee, Tara 35. 74, 77, 135, 141, 149 
Leeman, Patricia 80 



Lipczer, Karen 6 
Logan, Adrienne 6 
Lohrum, Allison 88 
London, Pamela 74 
Lord, David 80, 95, 109 
Lorusso, John 74 
Low, Barry 88. 141 
Lowry, Pauline 88 
Lydon, John 69, 95 
Lynge. Kulo31,51, 141, 148 

MacArthur, Kristina 75 
Mace, Charles 75 
MacLellan, Elizabeth 69 
MacLeod, Alexis 80 
MacQuilken, Beth 75 
Maczko, Sandra 89 




Kirton, Jessica 50 

Kleekamp, Liz 50, 65, 125, 135, 

140, 141, 149 
Kleekamp. Scott 80, 95, 139 
Knell, Matt 74, 141 
Koenig, Cheryl 2, 50, 106, 107, 1 10, 

129, 150 

Koop, Jon 3, 69, 98, 123, 135, 139, 
149 

Korik, Sasha 69, 149 
Krueger, Catherine 88, 142 



Lehan, Nancy 88 

Lentine, Tom 15, 17, 51, 98. 99, 

108, 109, 123, 146 
Lenz, Cindy 69. 100, 1 12, 1 13, 129, 

150, 151 
Lewis, Jamie 6 
Lewis, Pat 95 
Light, Marilyn 88 
Linehan, Sean 69, 95, 123, 127, 

143, 146 
Linton, Nicole 69 



Maddox, Kristin 5, 15, 51, 100 
Magner, Amy 80 
Mahar. Craig 69 
Malo. Scott 69, 150. 151 
Malouin, Virginia 89 
Mara, John 80, 98, 108 
Marklis, Beverly 89 
Martin, Carol- Ann 69. 122 
Maxwell. Benjamin 89 
Mayer. Chris 80, 98, 140, 141 
McAllister, Nat 75, 98, 123 



McCarthy, John 89 
McClellan, Beth 6 
McCulloch, Anne 75 
McCulloch, Edward 5 1 
McCune, Chris 51. 94. 95. 139 
McDonald, Chris 5 1 
McDonald, Scott 75, 98 
McGarry, Matt 80, 102, 109, 146 
McGarry, Mike 80, 82, 102, 109 
McGillick. Kathy 51, 100, 1 10. 126 
McGovem, Tricia 69, 100, 1 10, 

111, 125, 126, 143, 144 
McGrath, Kerri 75, 97, 141 - 
Mclnnis. Mark 34, 80, 81, 102, 128, 

139, 143 
Mcintosh, Leslie 80 
McMahan, Julie 51, 63, 135, 139 
McNeany, Tim 69, 94. 95, 117, 123, 

128, 146 

Mead, Steve 69. 94. 95. 1 18. 1 19, 
123 

Mehlre, Ms. 35 
Mehrle, Jean 89, 91, 153 
Meilo, Kim 69, 110, 111 
Melvin, Todd 119 
Merrill, Julie 69, 128 
Mersinger, Elizabeth 80 
Mertes, Karin 69, 135. 138, 139 
Messineo, Nicole 52 
Messineo, Randy 75 
Meyers, Rachel 69, 97, 135, 139, 

140, 141, 149 
Miele, Jean 89 
Miller, Adam 52. 64. 98 
Miller, Christopher 80 
Miller, Stephanie 69. 105 
Milliken. Eugene 89. 143 
Mills, Karrie 74, 75, 135. 139. 141 
Minassian. Mark 69, 95, 131 
Mitchell. Frances 70 
Mitchell. Linda 80 
Mix. Becca97, 149 
Mix. Mary 81 
Mofield, Beth 75. 97 
Mofield. Chip81,95. 146 
Molinar, Arthur 52 
Molinari. Lynne 6, 40, 52, 104, 105, 

128. 141. 149 
Monaco. Mark 52 
Morehead. Graham 70. 1 42 
Morse, Bruce 89 



Index 215 




Mosley, Matt 72, 75, 125, 142, 143, 
149 

Murphy, Amy Kate 81, 135, 139, 
141, 142 



Naundorf, Solveig 29, 70, 1 10, 122, 
139 

Nelson, Todd 70, 119 
Newbeiry, Sabrina 75, 141 
Nickerson, Jennifer 75, 141 
Novak, Bill 52, 127 
Novak, Debra 70 
Novak, Diane 70 



O'Brien, Jackie 141 
O'Brien, Jacqueline 81 
O'Brien, Scott 70, 118, 119, 146 
O'Callahan, Shannon 70 
O'Keefe, Kerri 70, 140, 141 
O'Malley, Kelly 70 
O'Malley, Matt 70, 102, 118 
O'Malley, Mike 1 19 
O'Neil, Barbara 89 
O'Neil, Kayte 3, 7, 25, 30, 31, 52, 

138, 140, 141, 143, 149 
O'Shaughnessy, Pat 89 
Oblas,Jill 3,5,7. 15,52. 62.64. 

104, 105, 125, 140, 141, 149. 

218 

Owen, Zach 123 



P 



Packer, Eric 6, 7, 16, 53, 98, 120, 

121, 124, 125, 142, 149, 150 
Palmer, Leonard 89 
Panzeri, Brian 53, 135, 139 
Park, Dana 53, 95, 123 
Parker, Irene 89 
Pamell, Rich81, 121 
Parsons, Amanda 53 
Paschkewitz, John 70, 107, 1 17, 142 




Patenaude, Allen 53 
Patcnaudc. Timothy 75 
Patterson, Caitlin 6 
Patterson. Nikki 70 
Pavao, Floriano 89 
Pavlas, Michelle 81, 97 
Peaks, Tracie 53 
Pearson, Chuckie 6 
Pearson. Eric 70 
Pease, Barrie 70 
Pease, Dave 53, 118, 119 
Pecora. Lisa 28, 54, 65, 92, 100, 

101, 110, 111, 126 
Pedersen, Alan 81, 146 
Pederson, Kenny 6 
Pellegrini, Mar>' 75 



Pellegrini. Patricia 89 

Perino, Stephanie 75, 105, 128 

Peterson, Jen 75. 97 

Petrecca, Sieve 54 

Petrillo, Robert 89 

Pietchel, Amy 54, 

Pietchel. Laurie 75 

Pignatiello, Kerr> 47. 70. 97 

Pilla. Anthony 89 

Pollock, Rachel 70, 122, 146 

Pomponi, Andria 75. 77. 135. 138. 

139, 142 
Poole, Bryan 54, 98 
Poor, Phil 54, 95 
Poulin, Joe 70, 107, 117 
Powers, Walter 89 



Prescoti, Steven 70 
Primmcrman, Cynthia 81 
Prior, Mark 70 

Proudfoot. Denise 35. 75. 1 10. 126 
Pugh. Kristen 54, 97, 135, 143 
Pullen, Lester 75 
Putney. Katie 5, 54. 97 



Raffa. Jen 54, 100 
Rainis. Denise 87.91 
Randazzo, Robyn 55 
Randolph. James 8 1 



216 Index 




Reeves, Frank 75, 147, 150, 151 
Reynolds, John 91 
Reynolds, Namyere 95, 128 
Rhodes, Chris 15, 55, 135, 138, 139, 
147 

Ricci. Diana 55, 1 12, 122, 125, 135, 
- 142, 150 

Richards, Neil 4, 55, 142, 143, 150 

Ricker, Tina 70 

Rinaldi, Michael 91 

Risley, Dwayne 81, 140, 141, 149 

Ritson, Peter 70 

Rivera, Rafael 70, 150 

Rivinius, Beth 75, 104, 105, 141 

Rivinius, Cindy 6 

Rivinius, Gregg 8 1 

Roberts, Alison 55 

Robinson, Sabrina 55, 122 

Rochefort, Paula 91 

Rosenbaum, Jen 70, 141 

Rosenberg, Rebecca 2, 27, 30, 68. 

70, 122, 142, 143 
Rosenburg, Jen 100 
Rosewall, Kitty 3, 5, 28, 55, 62, 64, 

112, 125, 135, 138, 144. 145 
Ross, Colin 81, 95, 109 
Ross, Matt 81, 117, 135, 139 
Rull, Marjorie 91 
Russell, Darrell 81, 110 
Russo, Jodi 70, 92, 126, 127, 129 



s 



Sabetty, Sandra 4, 55, 139, 144, 

145, 152 
Sabourin, Armand 89, 91 
Sadowski, Shawn 81 
Sakelakos, Deborah 9 1 
Sands, Kim 81, 100, 117 
Sanford, Michele81 
Samo, Carolyn 56, 96, 97, 1 10, 128, 

141 

Saunders, Nancy 70, 135 
Savarino, Deborah 91 
Schellhous, Russ 56, 123 
Schofield, Michelle 75, 141 
Schowalter, Kathy 70, 144, 152, 
153 

Seidman, Brian 4, 56, 121, 125, 
143, 149 



Serra. Mike 14, 15,56, 63, 119 
Shamon, Pete 33, 70, 94, 95, 1 18, 

119, 123, 126, 127, 131 
Shao, Anny 76 

Shapiro, Andy 56, 125, 146, 149 
Sharpe, Dwayne 17, 56, 62, 95, 123, 

128, 139, 140, 141,218 
Shaughnessy, Eileen 70, 97, 112, 

129, 138, 142, 152 
Shay, Sandy 91 
Shea, Mami 100 

Sheflin, Laurie 81, 100, 101, 135, 

139, 141 
Sherman, Christopher 70 
Sherman, Tom 56 
Short, Christine 76 
Short, Michael 76 
Shwimmer, Jackie 13, 76, 77, 132 
Smith, Daymion 76, 106, 107. 128, 

149 

Smith, Tanya 56 

Snelson, Kerri 70 

Somerset, Joe 70, 102, 103, 125, 

130, 142 
Sorgi, Huberta91 
Sparrow, Brian 76, 146, 149 
Spencer, Susanne 70, 97 
Spinosa, Pat 90, 91 
St.Sauveur, Julie 81, 135, 139 
Stafford, Jennifer 76 
Stanley, Eleanor 91 
Stanley, Robert 76 
Stead, Loretta 91 
Stefanidakis, Nick 57, 102, 112, 

113, 146,218 
Stein, Matt 70, 71, 119, 140, 141. 

142, 144, 149 
Stephens, Heather 70 
Stephenson, Richard 74, 90, 91, 142 
Stockdale, Holly 33, 57, 96, 97, 

125, 144, 147, 149 
Stone, Paul 81,95. 109 
Storer, Amy 70 
Strickland, Byron 81. 108 
Stygar, Stephanie 70 
Sullivan, Dennis 1 19 
Sullivan, John 91 
Surprenant, Nathan 70 
Swenson, Cara 28, 29, 33, 57, 96, 

97, 144, 146, 147, 149,218 
Swenson, Eric 76, 146 
Swietek, Paul 76 



Sylvia, Kenneth 70 
Szczesniak, Cari 2, 13, 40, 57, 109, 
146, 150 



7 



Tameder, Wendy 70, 143 
Tanzer, John 70, 134, 135, 139 
Taylor, Andy 70, 142, 143, 149 
Taylor, Brian 76 
Taylor. Bryan 76 
Taylor. Dennis 57. 98, 108, 109, 
126 

Taylor, Pam 7. 15,57,63 

^Teichholtz, Holly 6 

Theophile, Chris 13, 33, 38, 70, 71, 

102, 108, 125, 143, 144, 146 
Thomas, Ernest 81. 95 
Tiku, Seema 57, 114. 135. 143 
Tingley. Calvin 91 
Tobey. Dave 76. 98, 129 
Tompkins, Scott 57 
Travers, Lauren 6, 58 
Tuttle, Derek 70 
Tynes, Joel 98 



Udell, Adam 98 
Udell, Jeff 58, 125, 146 
Ullmann, Lawrence 91, 142 
Urquhart, Barry 76, 119 



VanDerLee, Aniko 34, 76 

Venuli, Scott 58, 102, 103, 127, 146 

Volicer, Zuzka 76, 97, 126 



70 



Walcou,Caroll91 
Wallace, Kevin 95 
Wallin, Christopher 76 



Watkins, Mark 70, 102, 143, 146 
Weinfurt, Tricia 76, 141, 158 
Welch, Chris 32, 58, 62, 107, 125. 

143. 144, 145. 146, 149. 150 
Welch. Frank 76, 98, 1 14. 125. 147 
Welch, Liz 13,70, 100, 114, 115, 

128. 146 
Welch, Vin 106, 107, 146, 149 
Wentworth, Dave 76, 108 
Wheaton, Bob 58 
Whelpley, Jill 6 
White, Richard 70, 150 
Whiteaker, Stacey 76 
Whiting, Dawn 58 
Wilkins, Dawnice 77 
Wilkins, Domonique 109 
Wilkins, Kenny 70, 128, 150 
Williams, Donna 58 
Wilson, Donna 70 
Wilson, Kim 7, 58 
Wilson, Sean 7, 59, 64, 94, 95, 108. 

109 

Wingfield. Jen 76. 128 
Wingfield. Melissa 5. 59 
Wojnar, Amy 31,68, 70, 107, 112, 

117, 128, 135, 139, 143 
Wolf, Becky 3, 7, 29. 124. 125, 135. 

140. 141. 149, 150 
Wood. Adrian 3. 125. 141. 143, 150 
Wood, Ivan 76, 119, 125 
Woodward, Trisha 82. 150 
Woolard, John 82. 95. 109. 140 
Worth. Maureen 2, 70. 134, 135. 

139, 142 
Wrye, Myra 91 



Young, Eric 76, 121 




Zampese. Dave 70. 109. 127. 128. 

129. 143 
Zimmer. Linda 59. 1 14 
Zoroglu. Kaan 15. 59 



Index 2 1 7 



Now that we, the class of 
1990, have reached the end of 
our experiences in the Bedford 
schools, it would be impossi- 
ble for us to leave without a 
few rather, well, interesting 
memories. How many of you 
can still remember kindergar- 
ten, when we were all forced 
to go to the bathroom at the 
same time, whether we had to 
go or not? Elementary school 
was probably best character- 
ized by walking everywhere in 
lines and eating peanut butter 
and jelly sandwiches and the 
mandatory fruit or veggie sup- 
plement we found packed in 
our Hollie Hobble or Star Wars 
lunchboxes. Finally, we found 
ourselves in the middle school, 
though as sixth graders we 
were practically nonexistant. 
Remember the brawl in Mr. 
Mercaldi's eighth grade math 
class, or the firedrill during the 
eighth grade semi-formal? 
How about the time when Neil 
Richards lost his lunch in a 
pool on the trip to Washing- 
ton, D.C., or the day Diana 
Ricci tripped Chris Rhodes in 
Geometry freshman year? At 
BHS, we saw four years of ad- 
vanced food throwing (the ulti- 
mate food fling during the gas 
leak incident), hall decorating 
(we always gave it our best 
shot!), and fund raising. It's 
definitely been a busy twelve 
years, and occasionally a fun 
twelve years. What would the 
Bedford schools have been 
like if the class of 1990 never 
walked through their halls and 
what would we have been like 
without each other? 




Mike Giard breaks away from an unruly 
crowd of what can only be underclassmen. 



A: 



218 CLOSING 



Seniors Jill Oblas and Katfiy Boffa are 
really only pretending to study. 



Dwayne Sharpe, Courtney Eagles, Cara Swenson. and Nick 
Stefanidakis celebrate their last event as BHS underclassmen. 



Carl Szczesniak tries to make his 
presence known, thougli Seema 
Tiku makes a valiant effort to block 

him. 



Jim Hunt dutifully performs a part of his 
senior responsibility by attending the 1989 
BHS College Fair and gathering useful 
information. 




''Lend me the stone 
strength of the past 
and I will lend you 
the wings of the 
future^ for I have 

them/' 
'Robinson Jeffers 



CLOSING 219 




',GH SCH 




The 1990 SIGNUM of Bedford High 
School was printed by Jostens Printing 
and Publishing Division, 401 Science 
Park Road, State College, Pennsylvania 
16801. The Jostens area representative 
was John Neister and the in-house con- 
sultant was Karen Stariha. Senior por- 
traits, group pictures, and some of the 
candid pictures were taken by Burlington 
Studios, 99R Cambridge Street, Burling- 
ton, fvlassachusetts 01803, and the re- 
mainder of the candids were taken by 



yearbook staff photographers. Under- 
classmen portraits were by O'Connor 
School Pictures, 1348 Main Street, 
Tewkesbury, Massachusetts 01876. 

The cover was Styleline royal blue em- 
bossed in white: the endsheets were 
parchmatte with medium blue ink applied; 
80 lb gloss #191 was used with black ink. 
Of the 220 pages, 16 were printed in pro- 
cess color. 

Headlines in the Clubs and Organiza- 
tions Section were set in Palatino, 30 



point. Headlines in the other sections 
were set in News Gothic Condensed Bold, 
36 point. Secondary headlines in the 
Sports Section were set in Times Roman, 
24 point. Body copy was in 10 point Hel- 
vetica, and picture captions were set in 8 
point Helvetica. 

The publication date for the 500 copies 
was May 1990. 



220 COLOPHON 



i 

! 
1 

1 



4